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Album: What's Love (feat. Akon) - EP

Artist: Shaggy

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Big Yard Music Group, Ministry of Sound Recordings (Germany) GmbH

Tracklist For What's Love (feat. Akon) - EP By Artist Shaggy

Title Artist Time
What's Love Shaggy 3:08 USD 0.99
What's Love Shaggy 4:03 USD 0.99
What's Love Shaggy 6:23 USD 0.99
What's Love Shaggy 7:39 USD 0.99

Reviews For What's Love (feat. Akon) - EP By Artist Shaggy

  • This is great

    By UAE_King
    I do not know what is wrong with most of you but i like the song a lot
  • "Gone to the farm"

    By IceCold25
    I had a dog named Shaggy once and much like this artist, Shaggy was old. In fact he no longer possessed the talent to perform tricks or have fun (Not that the artist ever had much). One day Shaggy, who still felt young in his mind and heart believed that he could hop the old fence like he used. Unfortunutely he couldn't and when he landed his legs gave out and he broke a hip. Unbarring to see him in pain and with the doctors recommendation, we put ol' Shaggy to sleep. Will someone please do the same for this Shaggy because its painful to have to hear and see him burn up any repect that he retained from the album "Hot Shot"
  • Shaggy should retire

    By River213
    this is horrible! god pick another song, and Akon is wasting his talents on this song! period!
  • kepping it the same...

    By sry forgot
    hahaha i just read the person who evened it up and that made my day.

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