Sting has been smitten with reggae music for decades. From “Roxanne” to “So Lonely,” the Police often turned to Jamaica’s rhythm grooves; he even wrote “Every Breath You Take” while visiting Ocho Rios in the ’80s. So it’s no shock that he’s connected with Shaggy, the Kingston native and hit maker behind “Boombastic” and “It Wasn’t Me.” Shaggy’s songbook has a unique way with several of the Caribbean’s stylistic twists, so the pair’s collabo on “Don’t Make Me Wait” from their new ’44/876′ album makes lots of sense, and is lots of fun. Indeed, both gents are always up for a good laugh, so we these “qualified clinical psychologists” in to dispense advice to fans with romantic problems. Find out what they say about cheating on your sweetie, day sex vs night sex, burgers without buns and TSTF.
Producer: Dan Nastro
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