Wasn’t quite Ute but really impressed after listening - feel good vibes :)
Won a Grammy Award : Best reggae album 2018
By JOE FROM LONDON
Strange collaboration but end up with a very good album and won a grammy for best reggae album. So well done guys
Brilliant ... really grows on you!
By Nathan Giraffe
By I am Aodhán
It is nice to here your voice again 👍🏻
Sting is simply a great song writer with a great voice . Best music he's done in ages . Not crazy about shaggy . But Fair play . They both creating music !
It's a shame stings last album sounded so bad . Hugh padgham had the vibe . Great songwriters require great engineers . Team work.
Nothing can touch the police . Chemistry makes music .
Anyway really enjoying this album .
If you appreciate Stings distinctive pure voice and a Reggae Vibe then you have found Paradise!☀️
What a masterful collaboration of two artist that could potentially create discord but master harmony and imagination.Love it!!
By Kram Snevets
Not feelin’ it AT ALL...........
By Dancin monkey
I have been a fan of Sting's music for years and love Shaggy, this is an album I thought would never happen. Love all the tracks, especially 44/876, Just One Lifetime, Sad Tumbone, you have to listen it through some decent speakers to do it justice. worth every penny, a must buy, nice one Sting & Shaggy. I thought it would be just covers but great to hear original new music. Lost count the amount of times I have listened to it.
By Reggae Lion
44/876 is a really enjoyable album, Sting & Shaggy blend together well and both are on top form throughout.
It has a nice mix of Jamaican styles too incorporating Reggae, Rocksteady and Dancehall with Pop-Rock occasionally reminiscent of The Police.
Check it out, you may well be surprised :-)