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7.
An expression of joy/disbelieve/happiness/saddness an all round adjective
shamone mother fucker eeh hee, check my bad self
by Bubbles December 08, 2003
 
1.
Rest In Peace Michael Jackson - Shamone !
Today we lost a musical genius and perhaps the creator of what we now know as dance. We haven't lost what he taught us though - Shamone !
by fan of mj June 26, 2009
 
2.
Shamone comes from the Michael Jackson song "Bad" released in 1987. It is a distinctive deliberate mispronunciation of "come on" used frequently by Jackson, occasionally spelt "cha'mone", "jamone" or more commonly "shamone".

Today shamone can be used pretty much the same way "word" is commonly used.
"Come on, man, we're going to the bar. I said, SHAMONE!"

"Ok, I'm coming."
by efyoo2 June 26, 2009
 
3.
michael jackson used it in his music. means anything you want. shamone!
yo that was nice. SHAMONE!
by mowen November 23, 2003
 
4.
it simply means come one only Michael Jackson style
he used it in songs like Bad and others but if you read the lyrics you'll find it written c'mon not shamone
by karom May 20, 2010
 
5.
He Heeee! That shit is crazy mo fo!
It is not popularised by Bo Selecta, nor does it mean Show More! It is in fact popularised by Michael Jackson himself and if you check the lyrics of BAD by the man himself he is actually saying C'mon which means "come on" which means shamoooooonnneee!! You wanna check my body? They be lookin at at me wiv desire thats what you say right?!!!!
.He Heeee! That shit is crazy mo fo!
It is not popularised by Bo Selecta, nor does it mean Show More! It is in fact popularised by Michael Jackson himself and if you check the lyrics of BAD by the man himself he is actually saying C'mon which means "come on" which means shamoooooonnneee!! You wanna check my body? They be lookin at at me wiv desire thats what you say right?!!!!
by muzzy December 18, 2003
 
6.
According to Spike Lee, from his Bad 25 documentary, "Shamone" "isn't just a cool way to say "come on," but MJ's tribute to soul singer Mavis Staples, who used it in a live version of "I'll Take You There" in 1975."

Source : vulture.com
See the video where "Shamone" was first used by YouTubing Mavis Staples- I'll Take You There
by mns November 24, 2012