Sting is putting a new spin on one of his classics.

On Monday, the iconic musician performed from home for NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert” series, getting a little help from Beninese pop star Shirazee.

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Last year, Shirazee got Sting’s attention after adapting the singer’s classic “Englishman in New York” as “African in New York”.

For the “Tiny Desk Concert” the due performed a combined version titled “Englishman/African in New York”, along with the songs “If I Ever Lose My Faith in You” and “Sister Moon”.

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Sting also asked Shirazee to record with him on his new album Duets.