It keeps getting better and better for Jamaican music Icon Shaggy. In the past few years, you could find the GRAMMY winning artist’s music playing in some of your favourite movies, commercials, and even TV shows. Earlier this year, his classic “It Wasn’t Me” was featured in a Cheetos commercial for Super Bowl LV, and now we find his music in the new Netflix series, “Ginny & Georgia“!
In season one of “Ginny & Georgia”, not only was “It Wasn’t Me” featured in the debut episode, but his “Luv Me Luv Me” collaboration with Samantha Cole was featured in episode 6. Originally featured on Shaggy’s 2000 Diamond selling album “Hot Shot“, the artist continues to show that when you make good music, it will live on. “It Wasn’t Me” was released in 2000, and has moved on from being a Billboard charting single, to now being a part of Pop Culture, and becoming a staple in movies and TV shows. Originally released in 1998, “Luv Me Luv Me” originally featured Pop Icon Janet Jackson, and was featured on the soundtrack for “How Stella Got Her Groove Back“. Due to label politics, the single had to be re-recorded and released as a single in 2001 with Pop Artist Samantha Cole as the original was not allowed to be featured on the “Hot Shot” album. “Ginny & Georgia” is a Netflix “Dramedy” series that follows teenager Ginny Miller, and her interactions and display of maturity with her 30 year old mother, Georgia. Kaya Pino is the Music Supervisor behind the series’ soundtrack.
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