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‘Classic’ songs not in the charts says Shaggy

Jamaica Observer

Friday, August 03, 2012 | 5:00 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — International recording reggae artiste Orville 'Shaggy' Burrell thinks modern artistes aren't making enough 'classic' pop songs anymore.

In an interview with Bang Showbiz the artiste said ''I make the music I want to make, it's a different game out there now. The type of music that's going out in the charts isn't the type of music I want to make.

"A lot of the stuff that many people are putting out, I really don't think will be classics. They're hot now, but I'm not sure it'll last,” he was quoted as saying in the article.

According to the 'Mr Bombastic' and 'It Wasn't Me' singjay he enjoys making classic songs and he doesn’t worry about the positions they will end up on the charts.

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