Grammys 2019: Shaggy & Sting collaborate for Reggae album of the year
Written by on May 26, 2016
From the Ministers of Culture, Entertainment, and Sport to the greats like Bounty Killer, Tarrus Riley, Maxi Priest and more the congrats flowed through social media.
Shaggy & Sting’s release of 44/876 features some of the industries top artist such as Aidonia, Morgan Heritage, Ziggy Marley, Etana, Protoje, and Black Uhuru. All Grammy Award caliber artist.
Shaggy sent a heart felt big up to Etana who created history being the first female to be nominated for a Reggae Grammy since 1997. He also didn’t forget to big up his family, his fellow Jamaicans in the place, and one of the greatest producers in history Mr. Jimmy Jam.
For Sting it’s his 12th Reggae Grammy award, and Shaggy’s second win. In 1996, Shaggy won the Reggae Grammy for his album Bombastic.