Sean Kingston

Posted on August 8, 2007. Filed under: Music Wire | Tags: |


While enjoying success on the charts, Kingston has also a “street single”, entitled “Colors”, which features The Game, along with a fellow Miami native, Rick Ross. The remix features Kardinal Offishall and Vybz Kartel. Many of the lyrics on ‘Colors’ are based on his experience seeing his mother and sister incarcerated. He regrets the circumstances they created that put them in prison but admits it has made the family stronger and made him a better person. Andre 3000 has said that he wants to make a verse for a remix of the song “Beautiful Girls”.

A product of both American and Jamaican cultures, Sean Kingston is known for switching between an Urban-American dialect and a Jamaican patois in his music.

Here’s one of his kick ass single “Beautiful Girl” for the summer of 2007. A catchy single based on the exact baseline of Ben E. King’s 1961 hit (and later a hit when re-released in 1986) “Stand By Me,” it has achieved excellent sales and abundant radio airplay.


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