44/876 (Deluxe) - Sting & Shaggy

44/876 (Deluxe)

Sting & Shaggy

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2018-04-20
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17
  • A&M/Interscope Records; ℗ 2018 A&M Records

44/876 (Deluxe) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
44/876 (feat. Morgan Heritage Sting & Shaggy 2:59 USD 1.29
Morning Is Coming Sting & Shaggy 3:11 USD 1.29
Waiting For the Break of Day Sting & Shaggy 3:18 USD 1.29
Gotta Get Back My Baby Sting & Shaggy 2:56 USD 1.29
Don't Make Me Wait Sting & Shaggy 3:35 USD 1.29
Just One Lifetime Sting & Shaggy 3:30 USD 1.29
22nd Street Sting & Shaggy 4:00 USD 1.29
Dreaming In the U.S.A. Sting & Shaggy 3:08 USD 1.29
Crooked Tree Sting & Shaggy 3:37 USD 1.29
To Love and Be Loved Sting & Shaggy 3:29 USD 1.29
Sad Trombone Sting & Shaggy 5:43 USD 1.29
Night Shift Sting & Shaggy 3:26 USD 1.29
If You Can't Find Love Sting & Shaggy 3:34 USD 1.29
Love Changes Everything Sting & Shaggy 3:52 USD 1.29
16 Fathoms Sting & Shaggy 3:19 USD 1.29
Don't Make Me Wait Sting & Shaggy 3:47 USD 1.29


  • “Sting with Shaggy Not To Shabby” 😎

    By TaylorTripRay
    Sting can’t do anything wrong in my eyes, yeah maybe not every song is great; but “Gotta Get Back My Baby”, “Love And Be Loved” and “Don’t Make Me Wait” are all three very good cool reggae vibe pop songs, and Sting & Shaggy singing them together just makes me want to buy them even more and listen to them in my Apple Air Pods as i’m cruising out on my longboard. 😎👍
  • A creative project of 2 rich guys that’s NOT very good...

    By SFman2011
    Sting is worth $100s of millions & Shaggy a few $ million. They wanted to have fun & do a project together. So they did. Any major record company will GREEN LIGHT anything with Sting’s name it...it will make a few million $. Done quickly & weakly, but it is a album of “stuff.” As old George Carlin once said...”more stuff”. Them in concert together doing their own BEST stuff was WAY better, singing off/on & together, Sting on base of course, why waste more $ on an extra hires musician. Here’s to Sting & Shaggy.
  • Have to see them live!!!

    By AveryinCO
    Saw them in Denver last night! They were fantastic.... I love this vibe they have created... good stuff!!!

    By fast doggie
    Simply awesome beautifully fun chill album. I would never had pictured Sting an Shaggy together on an album. They sound amazing together. Totally underrated. This album should be all over the radios especially for summer 2018 Makes you want to go out an dance with your girl at the local disco. Enjoy.
  • Great Music and Great Vibes

    By Pina Marone
    An Incredible Collaboration. Absolutely Incredible. I caught the show in Cannes, France. Amazing. Come back to see us soon Sting and Shaggy
  • Love

    By Queen17
    Seriously love this album. Feel good music!
  • Nice easy listening soft reggae

    By Reggae Chief of Staff
    This is a welcome and timely voice as it renders validation that reggae still speaks of social conditions, which is not coming from a Marley offspring. Pay attention to ‘crooked tree’ that speaks deep volume of injustice. The album grows on you.
  • Wow!

    By HowardJazz
    Sting maintaining his own unique energy while returning to his adopted reggae roots and Shaggy, master ReggaeMon, Mr. Bombastic, together. These are two extraordinarily accomplished artists, with a little help from their friends, creating contemporary reggae magic. Sometimes pairings of such power and artistry conflict and don’t quite work. Not the case here. There is extraordinary synergy and inspiration from beginning to end. I would give it 6 stars if I could.
  • Love it!

    By miltonmc
    Feel good!
  • enter without pretention

    By Dr.007
    Look don't go into this album looknig for the Police or early Sting. go in to find a mostly breezy, joyful collaboration thats a great summer album. One published review correctly noted that were some of these songs released by more contemporary performers they'd be killin the chart. Enjoy the beats and the bass and you'll hear Marley and the Police lurking. Some Sting solo slowness creeps in on songs like 22nd Street, Sad Trombone, and 16 fathoms - these songs would be at home on his later solo stuff, but they tend to drop anchor on this second half of the album. still, its a really ncie surprise and worth giving it a chance. Maybe Bruno Mars will put out a cover and people will give it a chance and see how well some of these songs are actually crafted.