Sean Paul pushes Ja music to the world
Sean Paul continues to stamp his class on the music industry, representing his and Jamaican music worldwide.
Having been atop the Billboard Hot 100 charts for all of August and still retaining the top position on Billboard's Radio Chart with Cheap Thrills, his collaboration with Australian singer Sia, Sean Paul continues to put his best foot forward.
The Grammy Award-winning Jamaican recording artiste, having recently signed with Island Records, has been making his presence felt, pushing the dancehall beat across the world with performances, appearances, and new releases.
He recently appeared at the annual Bestival music festival on the Isle of Wight, off the coast of England, performing on the last day of the four-day festival before show-closer, Wiz Khalifa.
Couldn't stop talking
"The responsibility of closing the main stage may have fallen to Wiz Khalifa, but it was Sean Paul's set that people couldn't stop talking about all day," reported Huffington Post's Rachel McGrath.
Sean Paul then headed to Camdem, London, where he performed at the Electric Ballrooom. It was his first appearance in London in three years.
Performing a full hourlong set with his own hits such as Temperature and Get Busy, Sean Paul kept it "burnin" with song selections including Cheap Thrills, Hair, a collaboration with all-female group Little Mix, and Crick Neck, another collaboration with dancehall artiste Chi-Ching Ching. A music video for Crick Neck was released two Thursdays ago and has already received more than 531,000 views on YouTube.