Grammy Award winning artiste Sean Paul and Dancehall Star Alkaline
as spotted recently on their Gyallis Pro video shoot.
Sean Paul is on the second leg of his summer European tour and continues to entertain massive crowds at sold out shows and headline jam-packed festivals, all the way gaining new fans and reassuring loyal ones of his stamina, and entertaining delivery on stage.
The Multi-platinum, Grammy Award winning artiste was said to “not just visit Southampton, but absolutely smash it”, as described by Gazette Reporter Clive Hammond. In his report on the Common People Weekend, Hammond continued “all the hype about witnessing the Reggae infused rapper who has had more blockbuster hits than Michael Bay, in our town was duly lived up to, as the vocalist behind tracks such as Breathe, Rockabye, Gimme the Light and Get Busy closed the two-day event to a sea of dancing grandparents and adrenaline-fuelled teenagers”.
Having performed at Common People in Oxford on Saturday, May 27 and Southampton Sunday, May 28, for over 20,000 people at each venue, the artiste then ended his Sunday at BBC 1Xtra’s Big Weekend. Here, he created quite a buzz online after a group of police officers were caught on camera during Sean Paul’s performance of Get Busy, doing just that on the dance floor.
The Jamaican artiste continues his Europe Tour with stops in Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Spain but will break the tour to do a video shoot in Jamaica for his soon to be released single with a local female artiste.
Sean Paul continues to do well on the radio waves and online music players such as iTunes and Spotify with new releases such as Body with Migos and Gyallis Pro with local Dancehall star Alkaline. Lock N Key, produced by Walshyfire, Suh Mi High and Ovaload collaboration
with Gentleman are also recently released Sean Paul singles.
Sean Paul will appear on the internationally acclaimed, now week-long festival Reggae Sumfest. The festival begins on Sunday, July 16 with events each day of the week and will culminate on Saturday, July, 22 in Jamaica’s second city Montego Bay.