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Wyclef and Sting for Shaggy and Friends concert

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Rock music legend Sting, Haitian American musician Wyclef Jean and rapper Fetty Wap are among the international stars scheduled to perform at the 2018 Shaggy and Friends Concert, to be held January 2 on the lawns of Jamaica House in St Andrew.

 

The Shaggy Make A Difference Foundation (SMADF) will once again donate all the proceeds from the concert to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Bustamante Hospital for Children.

 

Also hitting the stage for free will be a number of local and Caribbean stars in an effort to help the struggling government-run hospital acquire vital equipment to save the lives of children in the ICU. They are Christopher Martin, Aidonia, Dexta Daps, Junior Reid, Shenseea, Barrington Levy, Third World, Chaka Demus and Pliers, Capleton, Professor Nuts, Wayne Wonder, Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons.

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