Dancehall legend, Grammy Award winner and much loved hit maker extraordinaire Sean Paul LIVE in concert at Victoria Warehouse on Tuesday 7th November 2017.
Having spent 9 weeks at no.1 in the UK charts on Clean Bandit’s “Rockabye”, Sean Paul has recently dropped his brand new banger “Body”. The single features superstar Atlanta trio Migos whose single “Bad And Boujee” became an internet phenomenon earlier this year spawning a gazillion memes before hitting the no. 1 spot on the Billboard chart. Migos joined Sean in Miami earlier this month to shoot a, soon to be premiered, new video for the single. Speaking of the collaboration Sean says “Migos is one of my favourite rap groups right now. I love how all three of them have different styles and it was wicked to have them flow over a dancehall-oriented track. Shooting outside in Miami is always a great way to gauge people's reactions to a song and it was hype!"
“Body” follows Sean’s recent singles “No Lies” feat. Dua Lipa and “‘Tek Weh Yuh Heart” feat. hip hop star Tory Lanez as well as the Jamaican legend’s standout collaboration with Clean Bandit which followed his Grammy nominated global smash with Sia on ‘Cheap Thrills’ which hit number 1 on the Billboard and no. 2 on the UK charts.
Sean Paul is without doubt one of the most instantly recognisable voices in music and he has continued his remarkable strike rate over the last year with a string of hits. In 2002 “Dutty Rock” (fuelled by the massive hit singles “Gimme The Light “ and “Get Busy”) went double Platinum in US & UK with worldwide sales of 3,400,000+ while 2006’s “Temperature” reached x4 Platinum in US with sales of over 4m. Over the span of his career, Sean Paul has worked with some of the world’s biggest artists including Beyonce, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, Sia, Kelly Rowland, Enrique Iglesias and 2Chainz, and has also partnered with reggae and dancehall acts such as Damian ‘Junior Gong’ Marley, Chi Chi Ching, Mr. Vegas, Beenie Man, Ding Dong, Future Fambo, and Tami Chynn. Aside from being a top-notch performer, Sean Paul is a much sought after music producer and has created music with a number of top Jamaican artistes.
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