Shaggy and Sting get ready to drop new album... Together!

Reggae | Wednesday 4th April 2018 | David

In one of the year’s more unlikely pairings, a Jamaican dancehall star and former Police frontman are set to release their first collaborative album, titled 44/876, later this month.

"The most important thing to me in any kind of music is surprise," Sting told Rolling Stone in January. "And everybody is surprised by this collaboration – by what they're hearing. We're surprising."

The new album will feature contributions from regular Sting guitarist Dominic Miller and legendary bassist Robbie Shakespeare and was produced in part by Martin Kierszenbaum and long-time Shaggy collaborator Sting International (no relation). The renowned pair will also be performing separately and together on a European tour this summer.

44/876 is out 20th April via A&M/Interscope Records. Check out the artwork and tracklist below:


1. ‘44/876’ feat. Morgan Heritage & Aidonia

2. ‘Morning Is Coming’

3. ‘Waiting For The Break Of Day’

4. ‘Gotta Get Back My Baby’

5. ‘Don't Make Me Wait’

6. ‘Just One Lifetime’

7. ‘22nd Street’

8. ‘Dreaming In The USA’

9. ‘Crooked Tree’

10. ‘To Love And Be Loved’

11. ‘Sad Trombone’

12. ‘Night Shift’


Deluxe Edition Tracks:

13. ‘If You Can't Find Love’

14. ‘Love Changes Everything’

15. ‘16 Fathoms’

16. ‘Don't Make Me Wait (Dave Audé Rhythmic Radio Remix)’