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I Need Your Love
Shaggy feat Mohombi, Faydee & Costi
Impact Date: April 16

Lets start with the good stuff. If nothing else, this is a somewhat meeting
of the cultures. We have the Jamaican-born American reggae
singer/deejay Shaggy, the singer of Swedish and Congolese origins
Mohombi, the Australian singer/songwriter of Lebanese descent in
Faydee and the Romanian singer/songwriter Costi. The upbeat dance
track is sure to set the dance floor alight and get hips a’swinging, and
Shaggy brings his trademark flavour that had me Spotifying (is that a
thing yet?) Mr. Bombastic and It Wasn’t Me. I Need Your Love though, left
me cold in comparison to Shaggy’s hits of old. Like the list of represented
cultures in the song’s make up, there is a lot going on here. Too much.
There’s the reggae vibe from Shaggy, the arabic tones from Faydee and a
Spanish essence coming through from Costi. While this sounds cool for
the most part, it doesn’t quite work. I Need Your Lovehas all the
ingredients for a ground breaking, interesting track, but there is nothing
original here. I’m sure my opinion is unlikely to be a popular one as I can
see the song blazing across dance floors the world over and it’s catchy
enough to still be stuck in my head, but if that’s the only scale to judge by
Pitbull would be the (not only self proclaimed) king of the world.
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