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Hot Shot


Download links and information about Hot Shot by Shaggy. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Reggae, Dancehall, Dance Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 53:05 minutes.

Artist: Shaggy
Release date: 2000
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Reggae, Dancehall, Dance Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 53:05
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No. Title Length
1. Hot Shot 3:47
2. Lonely Lover 3:46
3. Dance & Shout (Dance Hall Version) 3:47
4. Leave It to Me 3:37
5. Angel 3:55
6. Hope 3:47
7. Keep'n It Real 3:54
8. Luv Me, Luv Me 3:36
9. Freaky Girl 3:44
10. It Wasn't Me 3:47
11. Not Fair 3:47
12. Hey Love 4:01
13. Why Me Lord? 3:35
14. Chica Bonita 4:02



Shaggy's fourth album is a classic hybrid of reggae, R&B, and pop. Following duets with Maxi Priest ("That Girl") and Janet Jackson ("Luv Me, Luv Me"), the Jamaica native teams up with master producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and a myriad of talented guest vocalists who complement his personality on each track. Coming with the minor hit "Hope" from 1999's For Love of the Game soundtrack, the first couple of singles, "Dance and Shout" (featuring a Michael Jackson sample) and "It Wasn't Me," show the strengths of this album — they are smart, warm, and playful. Shaggy's persona is hard to not like. On "It Wasn't Me," a friend laments being caught by his girl with another woman; Shaggy continually advises him to flatly deny it. To be able to use that sentiment and still seem likable is a gift. There are such heavy samples, some of the tracks almost sound like remakes at points, but there is such originality and gifted wordplay that the combination works as opposed to seeming unoriginal — something most rappers can't seem to accomplish. Each song on Hot Shot from the opening title track on is different, inviting, and infectious.