Watch Shaggy and Sting Perform “Don’t Make Me Wait” For Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd Birthday
With a line-up that included Shawn Mendes, Tom Jones, and Kylie Minogue — Shaggy and Sting were the most talked about act for Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday concert.
April 21 marked the 92nd birthday of royal monarch Queen Elizabeth, who wanted to celebrate her born day with a performance from a host of musical acts. Taking place at the Royal Albert Hall, some of music’s brightest stars such as Tom Jones, Shawn Mendes, and Kylie Minogue did a job to commemorate the Queen’s life.
The duo, whose album 44/876 has been out since last year, performed “Don’t Make Me Wait,” their reggae-infused single which served as the album’s lead single. Despite the overwhelming confused and ridicule the two have received over their project, Shaggy and Sting managed to put on a show for the Queen, and also participated in an ensemble performance of Louis Armstrong’s “What A Wonderful World.”
The night concluded with everyone raising their hands to the sky for Queen Elizabeth and chanted “hip-hip-hooray,” in her honor.
Watch Shaggy and Sting perform “Don’t Make Me Wait” for Queen Elizabeth below.