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Shaggy scores number one for 'That Love' - a song for the US military servicemen Featured

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Shaggy has scaled the Reggae Digital charts once again with his latest hit, 'That Love'.

 

 

 That Love , released eight weeks ago, is currently number one, and is produced by Scott Storch, known for his work with Chris Brown and Britney Spears, among others) and released by Brooklyn Knights/Sony RED. It removed OMI’s Cheerleader from the top spot.

 

In an interview with Vibe.com in August, Shaggy said the song is dedicated to people in the United States military.

 

 

“That Love is dedicated to our service men and women who are deployed from their loved ones. Sacrifices are made on both sides, military personnel and dependents. I personally have felt that, being deployed in the first Gulf War and being away from my loved ones. We give thanks for their service,” Shaggy said.

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