There’s no stopping Sting and Shaggy. The former lead singer of the Police and the Jamaica native best known for his 2000 single “It Wasn’t Me,” were the performers at Game 3 of the NHL’s Stanley Cup finals last weekend.
The duo perform on the steps of the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery on G Street in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, June 2 at “The Stanley Cup Final Concert presented by Hulu.”
The show featured songs from the Grammy-winning singers new collaborative album 44/876 and its lead single, “Don’t Make Me Wait,” which debuted at the top of Billboard’s digital reggae singles chart.
The album’s lead single, “Don’t Make Me Wait,” debuted at no. 1 on Billboard’s digital reggae singles chart.44/876: The Remixes was also recently released and features an album’s worth of song remixes from their album by a diverse range of artists including Chris Baio of Vampire Weekend, the Brazilian duo Tropkillaz, Cherry Cherry Boom Boom (Madonna, Lady Gaga) and Grammy-award winning producer Dave Audé, among others.
Sting and Shaggy will take their collaboration on the road this summer when the two iconic artists embark on a European tour of various historic venues, performing their most celebrated hits as well as songs off their new album together, followed by a North American tour in the fall.