Sting and Shaggy just did a Tiny Desk Concert

Yes, they covered Juice WRLD.

July 10, 2019

Leave it to NPR to cook this one up: Sting and Shaggy filmed a Tiny Desk concert together, and today, they unleashed the footage onto the world. They kicked things off on Sting's 1987 single "Englishman in New York," with Shaggy spinning in new lines about being Jamaican in New York. They then launched into "Don't Make Me Wait," a welcome reminder that, oh yeah, Sting and Shaggy recorded a whole ass collaborative album last year titled 44/876. The set caps off with a mashup of Sting's "Shape of My Heart" and Juice WRLD's interpolation of that very track, "Lucid Dreams" (which Sting reportedly owns 85% of the royalties for, so, yeah). Check out the whole performance above, via NPR.

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Sting and Shaggy just did a Tiny Desk Concert