Sting & rapper Shaggy are at it again with their first yuletide release, the just-released "Silent Night (Christmas is Coming)." Udiscovermusic.com reported that duo is set to live premiere the single on Thursday (November 28th) on ABC's Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration, which airs at 8 p.m. ET.

Last February, Sting and Shaggy snagged the Best Reggae Album Grammy for their joint album 2018's 44/876. The duo beat out fellow nominees Black Uhuru, Etana, Ziggy Marley, and Protoje.

When 44/876 was first released, Sting told us that his and Shaggy's collaborations had several different layers to them: "I think both of us take seriously the role that music can play at times like this, when the politics of the world are dangerous and threatening. Music has a value that's heightened because people need to smile, they need to feel there's some hope, they need to feel that tomorrow things will get better. So, the album has a light, sunshine feeling, but there's also a kind of brooding threat behind that. And as artists that's. . . we have to reflect that. But, our job is to entertain. So, I hope it's a balance between those two things."

AUDIO: STING ON THE THEME BEHIND HIS AND SHAGGY'S WORK