In perhaps what is one of the most unusual collaborations in recent music history, Sting has teamed up with Jamaican artist Shaggy for a new reggae inspired song called 'Don't Make Me Wait'. It's so weird that we actually can't stop listening to it.
'Don't Make Me Wait' is the first single from Sting and Shaggy's forthcoming first studio album together, '44/876'.
The pair even joined James Corden for a special Grammy edition of Carpool Karaoke (newly entitled Subway Car[pool] Karaoke), though their fellow subway riders were hilariously less than appreciative of their public performance.
Plus, they performed a proper live rendition of the track at the actual awards show on January 28th, as a medley with Sting's 1987 reggae track 'Englishman In New York'.
'44/876' is out on April 20th 2018 through Interscope Records.
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