The project is another effort by Mr Vegas in celebration of Jamaica's 50th anniversary, but this time with a charitable twist.
The recording represents a cooperative adaptation of Mr Vegas' original track.
All proceeds from the sales of this audio and video version of Sweet Jamaica will be donated to the Mustard Seed Communities, a non-profit organisation that supports the care of children with serious physical and mental disabilities as well as children living with HIV.
The song, Voices of Jamaica presents Sweet Jamaica, features the vocals of several top entertainers.
Mr Vegas told THE STAR that it was during one of the many nights that he spends thinking before he goes to bed that the idea hit him.
"I think a lot before I fall asleep at nights ... And I am most times thinking about music. I just got a crazy idea one night that it would be great to do a song to celebrate our 50th anniversary with all the voices that make up our music," said Mr Vegas.
He continued, "I was going to write a new song, but with the buzz surrounding Sweet Jamaica I decided to let everyone sing a part of this song. I started reaching out to the voices and they all loved the idea and I got some of the greatest: Barrington Levy, Marcia Griffiths, Freddie McGregor, Leroy Sibbles, Beenie Man, Ce'Cile, T.O.K., Jah Vinci, Chris Martin and I'm expecting vocals from Cocoa Tea and U-Roy."
The video shoot is set for the Anchor Studio, and will be directed by Jay Will, and help in matching the songs' vocals will be done by Rohan Dwyer.