International Dancehall superstar Sean Paul is gearing up to rock the Revolution Fest in Puebla, Mexico on Saturday, October 31. The Grammy-winning artiste will be headlining the show which features a host of Latin American stars such as Ximena Sariñana and Spanish-Rock Band, Caifanes.
Sean Paul will then travel to Santiago Chile on November 7 to once again be a headline act this time alongside Shaggy and Black Uhuru for the staging of GondFest.
"The Latin audience has always been close to my heart because they have embraced my music from the very beginning, so I want to continue to make music with some of the best in that market”, he stated.
Sean Paul has been doing several collaborations with Latin American artistes hence a building fan base is emerging in the Latin American space. The Full Speed Riddim mastermind has worked with Enrique Iglesias on the hit track Bailando and has recently collaborated with Dominican Republic native, Mozart La Para for the remix to his latest single, Take It Low. The two also shot the video for the remix in Kingston, earlier this month.
Sean Paul has enjoyed the success of Latin infused singles such as Punkie and Passion Wine featuring Farukko. The dancehall star also performed at the 2014 staging of Billboard’s Latin Music Award alongside Puerto Rican sensation Wisin for their single, Baby Danger. There is no slowing down for the globetrotting star as he then heads to Sri Lanka for November 28.