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Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Shaggy

Does Rock 'N' Roll Kill Braincells?! – Shaggy - NME interview
Which former boyband member’s debut 2017 solo single uses the hook from your 2000 hit ‘It Wasn’t Me’? “Oh lord! I know it ‘cos I cleared the record, but I forgot his name! (Laughs) It was Simon Whatshisface that founded the band he was in, right?” WRONG. It’s Liam Payne (featuring Quavo) with ‘Strip That Down’. “From One Direction! Dude, I...

“It wasn’t me” – Shaggy warns fans of online fraudster pretending to be him

Shaggy has issued a warning to fans after an online scamster pretending to be him was found trying to defraud his fans. The reggae legend took to Instagram to distance himself from the incidents in which accounts pretending to be Shaggy were trying to scam fans out of money. "It has come to my attention that there have been posts online...

Watch Sting and Shaggy perform at the Queen’s birthday party

Shaggy, Sting
Queen Elizabeth to celebrated her 92nd birthday last night (April 21) with a performance from a whole host of musical acts at the Royal Albert Hall including Sting and Shaggy. The line-up included Kylie Minogue, Shawn Mendes and Tom Jones.  Sting and Shaggy performed their reggae-infused single 'Don't Make Me Wait' which appears on their collaborative album '44/876'. Read more: Sting and...

Sting and Shaggy – ’44/876′ Review

Well, what a strange thing this is. True, there have been reggae elements to Sting’s music since he and The Police implored Roxanne not to put her on red light, but certainly eyebrows were raised when it was announced that he would release a pop-reggae record with Jamaica’s Mr. Bombastic, Shaggy. The pair were introduced by a mutual friend...

Shaggy and Shawn Mendes among the artists set to perform at The Queen’s birthday celebrations

Shaggy / Shawn Mendes
Shaggy and Shawn Mendes are among the artists who are set to play at a special event next month which will mark Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday. The monarch will celebrate the birthday at an event which will take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London on April 21. Billed as 'The Queen's Birthday Party', the show will be broadcast...

Watch Vampire Weekend get a shout-out from Sting and Shaggy

The newly collaborative duo of Sting and Shaggy have given a shout-out to Vampire Weekend in a clip shared online. The pair recently announced the release of an "island-influenced" joint album. Titled '44/876', the record will drop on April 20. They later performed together at the Grammys. Following the announcement, Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio took to Twitter to express his excitement...

People were pretty confused about what Sting and Shaggy were doing at the Grammys

Shaggy + Sting
Sting and Shaggy's joint appearance at the Grammys last night (January 28) proved to be one of the more surprising highlights of the night - check out the best reactions to the unlikely duo's appearance at the ceremony below. The two artists are currently promoting their collaborative project '44/876', which has been described as an "island-influenced" album. The record will...

Watch James Corden, Sting and Shaggy’s Subway Carpool Karaoke go horribly wrong

Subway Carpool Karaoke
Grammys 2018 host James Corden attempted to do a New York version of his Carpool Karaoke segment, but things didn't quite work out. Here are all the winners from the 2018 Grammy Awards Carpool Karaoke is a standard on Corden's late night show The Late Late Show and has spawned its own spin-off series. Joined by Sting and Shaggy, the TV presenter...

Sting and Shaggy have made an “island-influenced” album together

Shaggy, Sting
Sting and Shaggy have announced the release of an "island-influenced" collaborative album. Titled '44/876', their joint album will drop on 20 April. The pair will share its lead single 'Don't Make Me Wait' on all streaming platforms tomorrow (25 January). According to a press release, the album came about after the pair "got together to jam and write music that reflects...