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X-Tra Naked is a powerful snapshot of Shabba Ranks' reign as a dancehall icon. Bobby "Digital" Dixon provides a good amount of the production, serving up stripped-down, in-your-face attitude on tracks like “Rude Boy". Capturing the early-'90s moment when hip-hop and ragga became willing bedfellows, MCs Queen Latifah and Chubb Rock contribute guest spots, with the former bigging up her "moneymaking Jamaican" on the feel-good, ’80s soul-sampling "What ’Cha Gonna Do?"


Born: 17 January 1966 in St. Ann's Parish, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

During his heyday, Shabba Ranks was arguably the most popular dancehall toaster in the world. He was a massive crossover success in the U.S., thanks to an openly commercial hybrid of reggae and hip-hop, and also to prominent duet partners like Maxi Priest, Johnny Gill, and KRS-One. All of this brought him several hit singles and albums on the R&B charts in the early '90s, and made him the first dancehall artist to win a Grammy. Ranks' distinctive, booming growl of a voice earned him many imitators,...
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