Shaggy picked up his generic levitra vardenafil second Grammy Award, as his collaborative album with British Rocker Sting won the award for the Best Reggae Album.
Shaggy and Sting have been on a world tour based on their album 44/876, which has been a mainstay on the Bill Board Reggae Album charts for the past year.
The album was released on April 20, 2018 by A&M Records, Interscope Records and Cherrytree Records.
The other nominees in the Reggae category were Reggae Forever by Etana, A Matter of Time by Protoje, As the World Turns viagra 50 mg by Black Uhuru and Rebellion Rises by Ziggy Marley.
Shaggy’s other Grammy was for his 1996 album Boombastic.