Hot Shot (album)

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Hot Shot
Shaggy hotshot.jpg
Studio album by Shaggy
Released August 8, 2000 (2000-08-08)
Recorded 1999–2000
Genre
Length 54:09
Label MCA Records
Producer Robert Livingston
Shaggy chronology
Midnite Lover
(1997)
Hot Shot
(2000)
Lucky Day
(2002)
Singles from Hot Shot
  1. "It Wasn't Me"
    Released: September 11, 2000
  2. "Angel"
    Released: March 6, 2001
  3. "Luv Me, Luv Me"
    Released: May 31, 2001
  4. "Dance & Shout / Hope"
    Released: November 19, 2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly C+[2]
NME (3/10)[3]
People (favorable)[4]
Plugged In (unfavorable)[5]
Q 3/5 stars[6]
Robert Christgau (neither)[7]
The Source (average)[6]

Hot Shot is the fifth studio album released by Jamaican-American singer Shaggy. The album was first released on August 8, 2000, in the United States, before being issued in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2001, with a revised track listing. The revised UK edition was also released in Europe, but without the song "Why You Mad at Me?". Hot Shot went on to be certified six times platinum in the United States according to the RIAA.[8] The album has sold an estimated 10 million copies worldwide. A remix album, entitled Hot Shot Ultramix, was released in June 2002. Four singles were released from the album: "It Wasn't Me", "Angel", "Luv Me, Luv Me" and the double A-side single "Dance & Shout" and "Hope".

This album was the second highest-charting studio album of 2001 on the Billboard Year-End Album Charts, and succeeded in dethroning The Beatles' 1 at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart in February 2001.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hot Shot" – 3:47
  2. "Lonely Lover" (featuring Prof. T) – 3:46
  3. "Dance & Shout" (featuring Pee Wee) – 3:47
  4. "Leave It to Me" – 3:37
  5. "Angel" (featuring Rayvon) – 3:55
  6. "Hope" (featuring Mister Mydas) – 3:47
  7. "Keep'n It Real" – 3:55
  8. "Luv Me, Luv Me" (featuring Samantha Cole) – 3:36
  9. "Freaky Girl" (featuring The Kraft) – 3:44
  10. "It Wasn't Me" (featuring Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent) – 3:47
  11. "Not Fair" (featuring Tony "Rude" Seawright) – 3:47
  12. "Hey Love" – 4:01
  13. "Why Me Lord?" – 3:34
  14. "Chica Bonita" (featuring Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent) – 4:01
  15. "Dance & Shout" (video)
Special UK edition[9]
  1. "Hot Shot" – 3:49
  2. "Lonely Lover" (featuring Prof. T) – 3:46
  3. "It Wasn't Me" (featuring Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent) – 3:47
  4. "Freaky Girl" (featuring The Kraft) – 3:44
  5. "Leave It to Me" – 3:37
  6. "Angel" (featuring Rayvon) – 3:55
  7. "Hope" (featuring Mister Mydas) – 3:47
  8. "Keep'n It Real" – 3:55
  9. "Luv Me, Luv Me" (featuring Samantha Cole) – 3:36
  10. "Not Fair" (featuring Tony "Rude" Seawright) – 3:47
  11. "Hey Love" – 4:01
  12. "Why Me Lord?" – 3:34
  13. "Joy You Bring" (featuring Brian & Tony Gold) – 3:28
  14. "Chica Bonita" (featuring Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent) – 4:01
  15. "Dance & Shout" (Dancehall Version) (Featuring Pee Wee) – 4:27
  16. "Why You Mad at Me?" – 3:12
  17. "Dance & Shout" (Klub Kings Radio Edit - Video)
  18. "It Wasn't Me" (video)
Hot Shot Ultramix[10]
  1. "It Wasn't Me" (Punch Mix) – 3:55
  2. "Special Request" – 3:33
  3. "Freaky Girl" (Strip Mix) – 3:48
  4. "Too Hot to Handle" – 4:57
  5. "Why You Mad at Me?" – 3:12
  6. "Keep'n It Real" (Swingers Mix) – 3:32
  7. "Leave It to Me" (Early Mix) – 4:01
  8. "Chica Bonita" (Player's Mix) – 4:09
  9. "It Wasn't Me" (The Cartel Mix) – 3:45
  10. "Dance & Shout" (Dancehall Version) – 4:27
  11. "Hope" (Dukes Mix) – 4:03
  12. "Angel" (live version) – 5:31
  13. "Dance & Shout" (Klub Kings Radio Edit) – 3:34

Chart performance[edit]

Year Chart Position
2001 US Billboard 200 1
US Digital Albums 1
UK Albums Chart 1
Preceded by
J.Lo by Jennifer Lopez
Everyday by Dave Matthews Band
Billboard 200 number-one album
February 17 – March 16, 2001
March 31 – April 13, 2001
Succeeded by
Everyday by Dave Matthews Band
Until the End of Time by 2Pac
Preceded by
Reveal by R.E.M.
UK number-one album
June 9, 2001 – June 15, 2001
Succeeded by
Amnesiac by Radiohead
Preceded by
The Heat by Toni Braxton
Irish Albums Chart number-one album
December 30, 2000 – January 26, 2001
Succeeded by
1 by The Beatles

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