News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs Mar. 29, 2018: Grammy winning reggae artist, Shaggy, has been chosen to perform at Queen Elizabeth II’s 92nd birthday celebration.
The Jamaican-born star, whose career has been a resurgence following his collaboration with Sting, is set to perform at a star-studded concert in Her Majesty’s honor on April 21 at Royal Albert Hall.
He will perform with Sting and the two are expected to do a selection from their “44/876” album, set to be released on April 20th.
The performance for Queen Elizabeth II will be another in a string of high-profile appearances for Shaggy, best known for reggae-pop hits like “Boombastic.” In addition to multiple appearances on the Grammys; he earlier this month he appeared as President Donald Trump in the video for a remake of his hit “It Wasn’t Me” on “The Late, Late Show With James Corden.”
Other top artists set to perform at the birthday bash are Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue, Shawn Mendes, Craig David and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.