Say my name a likkle louder Holla out mi name mek I rip up the crowd ah Say it 3 times if a me unu proud ah SHABBA! SHABBA! SHABBA! Oh man, say it a likkle likkle louder Holla out mi name mek I rip up the crowd ah Say it 3 times if a me unu proud ah SHABBA! SHABBA! SHABBA!
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Shabba Rankin reggae people's callin' out, People from east, west, north, and south. Say I'm the MC with the nasty mouth, Dem feel like is pure slackness alone I can talk about. I know me roots & culture, Who is the route Robert Nesta And Bunny Wailer follow after, It is music, mi charge for. Look how deh world noh stop suffer. What have black people under pressure. Some talk dis, and some talk dat, Say everyting from Shabba mouth is slack, I love roots and reality straight to the max, Because I'm a article oil-abash. I love deh roots & culture
Shabba Ranks doesn't sound like a leading man, with that booming low voice of his. But the lyrics on digital-heavy reggae jams like "Hard and Stiff" and "Wicked in Bed" here make it clear what’s on his mind. He’s a bit more family-friendly on the smoother "Mr. Loverman," on which Chevelle Franklyn's come-hither vocals burn hot. The half-sung "Pirates Anthem" is super-catchy, and "Raggamuffin" works a live-band sound to huge effect.
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And his name was Shabba Ranks. Shabba was the fi rst one I ever saw on TV doing dancehall the right way with a video for that time. He opened a lot of doors for all the people who followed. Damian Marley: My first memories of when I heard him would be whatever the equivalent is of a mixtape in Jamaica. It was like live recordings of when soundsystems would go out and play. I opened up a few concerts for him and few concerts he brought me out and we did a thing and it was kind of one of those things where he looked out for me when I was a kid. I was more a fan of his and I’m beside him, but I was more watching him than beside him, you know what I mean? Because this was Shabba Ranks, you know? He already had one gold album, at least, in America. That was at the height of his career, basically. Every now and then me shout him.
Shabba Ranks (born Rexton Rawlston Fernando Gordon on 17 January 1966, in Sturgetown, St Ann's, Jamaica) is known as one of the most popular dancehall artists ever. Ranks gained his fame mainly by practicing dee jaying rather than singing tunes similarly to his contemporaries. Starting out on the King Jammys Superpower sound system in Jamaica, Shabba quickly emerged on the Jamaican and international stages in the late 1980's with a number of fellow artists.
Discover all Shabba Ranks's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. The Bridge Is Over by Boogie Down Productions (1987). Get Up Offa That Thing by James Brown (1976). Just Be Good to Me (1990) by Shabba Ranks, Rebel Princess and Cocoa Tea. is a cover of. Just Be Good to Me by The . was sampled in. Just Be Good to Me by Isaac Maya (2010).
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