Shaggy and Sting collaborate

Reggae singer Shaggy and legendary rock star Sting, have collaborated on a new musical project titled “44/876.”
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International reggae pop singer Shaggy, and legendary British rocker Sting have collaborated for a new musical project titled “44/486.” The singer and the former frontman of the band The Police, are putting out a mostly reggae-inspired and upbeat project.

The lead single of the project, “Don’t Make Me Wait,” came out earlier this year and performed well on the digital reggae chart, scoring a debut number one spot.

The pair’s lead single on their project, “Don’t Make Me Wait,” is a classic reggae-inspired track.
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The 12-track project comprises of songs written and performed by Shaggy and Sting, and features appearances by Morgan Heritage and Aidonia.

The pair will be promoting their project on television later this month with scheduled appearances for “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and “The View.” And they will go on tour in Europe this summer.

Jamaican reggae star Shaggy, and legendary British rocker Sting collaborate on “44/876.”
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