Video: Sting, Rihanna and Bruno Mars perform Bob Marley tribute at the Grammys
Monday 11 February 2013
Former Police frontman Sting took to the stage to pay tribute to reggae star Bob Marley, collaborating with American singer Bruno Mars and Rihanna with Ziggy and Damian Marley.
They also collaborated on "Locked Out Of Heaven" and "Walking On The Moon"
The three are established darlings of the Grammys with Sting having racked up a whopping 16 Grammy awards; Rihanna has been nominated 21 times and won three; while previous recipient Mars was one up for Best Rap Song for "Young, Wild & Free" but missed out to Jay-Z and Kanye West.
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