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Shaggy is coming to town again!

Wearing the Solomon Islands V-Necklace Shaggy during his visit here in 2014

APPARENTLY one visit to the Solomon Islands was not enough for Mr Lover Lover (Shaggy)

Orville Richard Burrell, famously known as ‘Shaggy’ will be making his second trip to Honiara on February 16, 2017.

This was confirmed by the Events Manager of the Heritage Park Hotel, Bradford Hepponstall.

The reggae-dancehall artist is known for his hit singles ‘Boombastic’, ‘It Wasn’t Me’ and ‘Angel’.

He made recognition on the music scene in 1993 with his debut album “Pure Pleasure” followed by “Bombastic” in 1995.

“Bombastic” went certified Platinum, won a Grammy Award in 1996 for Best Reggae Album and topped an impressive chart list that included the Top 40 Rhythmic charts, Hot 100 and Billboard 200.

Shaggy has an exemplary career that has spanned what is confirmed to be over a decade and has enjoyed cross-over successes.

Mr Lover Lover is the only Diamond-selling Dancehall Reggae Artist.

Shaggy came to Solomon Islands in February 2014, stunned the crowd at Heritage Park Hotel Carpark and is back to do the same and maybe on an even higher note.

Get ready Honiara, Heritage Park Hotel is about to host another massive party night in three weeks’ time.

Heritage Park Hotel has assured those who are in town that this night will be another level-up hyped night and to have those that are keen, mark off on their calendars “February 16” to party with Mr Lover Lover.

Tickets will be on sale soon and keen members of the general public have been encouraged to follow Heritage Park Hotel’s Facebook, Instagram page and Island Sun over the next few weeks for more updates.