On this album Shaggy tries to give off the illusion of going back to his dancehall/reggae roots, but simply recording in Jamaica is not enough to make an authentic reggae album. Most of the tunes are of the formulaic pop/R&B variety. This is not to say that the album will not have many people up and dancing; it will have many club goers up dancing from one end to the other. I as sure the album will do well on the charts, but not as well as his monster hit of a couple of years ago. There are many guest artists on the album including Nicole Scherzinger from the Pussycat Dolls and Fergie and from Black Eyed Peas, as well as some producing work from the famous reggae duo of Sly and Robbie. The highlights of the album include Wild 2Nite (first single) and Ready Fi Di Ride.

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