By Dylan Kickham
August 10, 2016 at 04:02 PM EDT

Shaggy is giving our troops something to dance about: The Grammy-winning reggae singer recently released the music video for his new song “That Love,” which imagines the men and women of the U.S. Marine Corps missing their loved ones while overseas.

Throughout the video, Shaggy dances around a base camp. Between scenes, the singer leads a bombastic dancehall event for the soldiers, where they perform some impressive footwork to his catchy chorus.

Shaggy himself enlisted in the Marines during the Gulf War and wanted to use this video to highlight the military branch.

“The video for ‘That Love’ is dedicated to our service men and women who are deployed from their loved ones,” Shaggy said in a statement. “Sacrifices are made on both sides, military personnel and dependents. I personally have felt that being deployed in the first Gulf War and being away from my loved ones. We give thanks for their service. Semper Fi!”

Watch the music video above.

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