Sean Kingston (whose real name is Kisean Jamal Anderson) is a reggae fusion singer originally from Kingston, Jamaica. He got his big break in 2007 when the single “Beautiful Girls” was released jointly by Epic Records and Koch Records. The single reached the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped charts in several other countries, including the UK. In July 2007, Kingston released his self-titled debut album, which reached #6 on the U.S. charts.
In April 2009, the hit single “Fire Burning” was released, reaching #5 on the Billboard Hot 100. The complete album was released in September, entitled “Tomorrow.” On the coattails of these successful releases, Kingston announced an eight-week North American tour for the fall of 2009, encompassing 37 dates across the U.S. and Canada.
UPDATE – As of Thursday, April 25: According to The Fordham Ram, the Dean of Students has removed Sean Kingston from the university’s Spring Weekend concert lineup, noting that he had listened carefully to the students’ discussion and the implications the rapper would bring to the school. “Now that... Read more
With his latest single burning up the charts, reggae-fusion artist Sean Kingston will hit the North American tour circuit this fall for a headlining run. The eight-week itinerary includes nearly 40 concerts, beginning September 15 at Harbour Station in St. John, NB, and ending November 13 at Luther College... Read more
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