Top Shabba Ranks Albums
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Money Woman Want - Single
Money Woman Want - Single
[2019]
Shabba Ranks - Dancehall Hot Shots - EP
Shabba Ranks - Dancehall Hot Shots - EP
[2017]
Shabba Ranks: Special Edition (Deluxe Version) - EP
Shabba Ranks: Special Edition (Deluxe Version) - EP
[2016]
Togetherness Shabba Ranks & Ninjaman
Togetherness Shabba Ranks & Ninjaman
[2016]
Special Edition - EP
Special Edition - EP
[2015]
Shabba Ranks : Special Edition - EP
Shabba Ranks : Special Edition - EP
[2015]
Star of the 90's
Star of the 90's
[2011]
Old School Reggae Hits - EP
Old School Reggae Hits - EP
[2011]
Reggae Legends: Shabba Ranks
Reggae Legends: Shabba Ranks
[2010]
MUST LOVE REGGAE (SHABBA'S Get Up Stand Up Album)
MUST LOVE REGGAE (SHABBA'S Get Up Stand Up Album)
[2009]
Shabba Ranks: Greatest Hits
Shabba Ranks: Greatest Hits
[2001]
Shabba Ranks and Friends
Shabba Ranks and Friends
[1999]
Get Up Stand Up
Get Up Stand Up
[1998]
A Mi Shabba
A Mi Shabba
[1995]
Caan Dun
Caan Dun
[1995]
Rough & Ready - Volume II
Rough & Ready - Volume II
[1993]
X-Tra Naked
X-Tra Naked
[1992]
Rough & Ready, Vol. 1
Rough & Ready, Vol. 1
[1992]
Mr. Maximum
Mr. Maximum
[1992]
Best Baby Father
Best Baby Father
[1991]
Just Reality
Just Reality
[1991]
Golden Touch
Golden Touch
[1991]
As Raw As Ever
As Raw As Ever
[1991]
The Jam EP (feat. KRS-One)
The Jam EP (feat. KRS-One)
[1991]
Rappin' With the Ladies
Rappin' With the Ladies
[1990]
Related Information for Shabba Ranks
Shabba Ranks (born Rexton Rawlston Fernando Gordon on 17 January 1966, in Sturgetown, St Ann's, Jamaica) is known as one of the most popular dancehall artists ever. Ranks gained his fame mainly by practicing dee jaying rather than singing tunes similarly to his contemporaries.Starting out on the King Jammys Superpower sound system in Jamaica, Shabba quickly emerged on the Jamaican and international stages in the late 1980's with a number of fellow artists. These include the British vocalist Maxi Priest; reggae singers Cocoa Tea, Crystal, and Mykal Rose and R&B singer Johnny Gill; in addition to working with luminaries Chuck Berry and American rappers KRS-One and Chubb Rock. His biggest hit non-Jamaican hit was "Mr.... read more