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Sean Paul continues to put an entertaining spin on charity.

The Jamaican superstar delivered a rousing performance at the Chain of Hope Gala Ball hosted at the Grosvenor House on Park Lane, London.

Operating under the slogan “mending little hearts”, the charity seeks to revolutionize the care offered to children with heart defects. Sean Paul was the headline artiste for this year’s gala and flew into London to deliver an electrifying performance. Parts of his vibrant performance were posted by former Made in Chelsea star Ashley James on Instagram and highlighted by the Daily Mail. The video showed live footage of Saul Paul setting the stage ablaze with his timeless hit single Gimme the Light.

Days later, he was back in his home country for JAMATHON, a benefit concert geared towards raising money for the hurricane-ravaged Lesser Antilles islands. Here, Sean Paul shared the stage with Chi-Ching Ching who performed crowd favourites Breadfruit and Rock the World which will be released under Sean Paul’s Dutty Rock Label on Friday, December 15. It was a special occasion which allowed artistes like Sean Paul to extend kindness and support to Caribbean neighbours in dire need.

No doubt, the Grammy award-winning artiste is passionate about more than just music. Philanthropy is not new to the multi-platinum recording artiste who donated JM$1 million to the Shaggy and Friends Charity in 2016. In the same year, Sean Paul donated over JM$1.5 million to Alpha Institute which now houses the Alpha Boys School Radio studio, and training rooms under the Music Technology Department. Sean Paul jumped at the opportunity to support the Chain of Hope charity as it was the perfect occasion to perform for a more than worthy cause.

Chain of Hope posits that 1 child in every 100 is born with a heart defect. Most of these defects can be corrected by operations which are performed as a routine in developed countries, however, it is not so for developing countries like Jamaica. If these defects go untreated, the result is suffering and premature death. This affects a large number of children around the world including those in Jamaica, land we love.

Chain of Hope is a charity that links experts together around the world to bring life-saving heart treatments to children in developing countries such as Jamaica since 1996. Last year the charity raised a phenomenal total of £2.6 million which will provide aid for children with heart defects from Syria to Jamaica. With his country at the forefront of his mind, Sean Paul proved that true success does not lie in affluence but in altruism.
Sean Paul (third right) shows off his RIAA Plaque with members of his team Terrence “Farenheit” Harold of the BaddaBanz Band; Chi-Ching Ching, Dancehall artiste; Steve Wilson, Artiste Manager; Richie Goodeligh, Security; Bobby Bascombe, Lighting Director; Jules Dougall, Manager; and Sean “DJ Copper Sean” Anderson, Tour DJ.

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on Saturday, September 23, presented international superstar Sean Paul with an honorary plaque for having sold over 26 million records in the United Sates.

Deemed one of Caribbean’s most commercially successful artistes, Sean Paul has received platinum plaques for Get Busy (2003) and chart topping 2005 single We Be Burning. The Grammy Award winning star also received a plaque for his three times platinum-winning single Temperature. Most recently, the Dancehall, crossover artiste was presented with a plaque from the Recording Industry Association of America to commemorate the career marker of over 26 million record sales.

With fans across the world, Sean Paul has received numerous plaques and has been certified platinum in other regions but acknowledges and appreciates the RIAA honorary plaque as a prized milestone.

RIAA's Chief of West Coast Operations and Artist and Industry RelationsJoel Flatow presents a plaque to Multiplatinum, Grammy Award winning artiste Sean Paul.

On Saturday, September 23, Sean Paul delivered an energetic performance at The Novo, Los Angeles— with the help of his Baddabanz Band, Baddagyalz Dancers and guest performance from local dancer turned artiste Chi-Ching Ching. Catching his breath backstage, he was elated to be introduced to one Joel Flatow, RIAA’s Chief of West Coast Operations and Artist and Industry Relations, who later presented the artiste with the prized plaque.

“I love and cherish all my fans…it’s their love and appreciation that keeps this all blazin’ but I always have my eyes on the American market ‘cause it’s a region I want to build on.” Sean Paul shared. “The awards never get old, it’s always a big deal and I continue to feel proud to bring Jamaican music to these regions and in return get nothing but love from the fans and the industry so I will continue to put the work in,” continued the multi-platinum artiste.

Sean Paul goes back on tour this October to see fans in Australia where he will hit the stage in a number of cities including Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane, before making his final stop in Auckland, New Zealand.

After a busy summer, Grammy Award winning artiste Sean Paul is staying ablaze in fall with September dates in the USA leading him into an Australia tour for RnB Fridays Live in October and his own SP Rolling Europe tour in November.

American fans can see the Jamaica-based artiste at The Observatory on Tuesday, September 19 in San Diego and Wednesday, September 20 in Santa Ana, in the California State. The promoter and fans alike have been raving about their expectations to see Sean Paul at the annual Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas. He will then hit the stage at The Novo in Los Angeles on Saturday, September 23.

“I feel great! Still waving the flag for Jamaica; it’s been twenty years now and it still a go strong in many places so I’m putting in the work to just to build on that,” Sean Paul explained as he prepares to take on his US dates before his subsequent Europe and Australia tours. “The dates in the States are so important to me ‘cause I really want to expand in that region. I always feel great love from the fans in Europe and I am very proud to bring Dancehall to the people there and for Australia, I mean, I always give 110%,” the superstar exclaimed.

Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Auckland in New Zealand will see Sean Paul in November for the highly anticipated RnB Fridays Live set to take over Australia in November. With such demand for Sean Paul, the promoters have even booked Sean Paul at the same event for consecutive days. The Tour kicks off at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney which will host the artiste on Thursday, October, 12 and again on Friday, October 13. Hisense, Melbourne will also get double dose of the star on Thursday October 19, and Friday, October 20. The Tek Weh Yuh Heart artiste will also perform at the NIB Stadium in Perth on Saturday, October 14, Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre on Sunday, October 15, and the Showgrounds in Brisbane on Saturday, October 21. Sean Paul makes his final stop on The RnB Fridays Live Tour in New Zealand on Sunday, October 22 at the Spark Arena.

Dubbed the SP Rolling Europe Tour, Sean Paul takes over the UK, France, Luxemburgh, Netherlands, Denmark and Germany for November. With his most recent collaboration Rolling, with Jamaican female Dancehall sensation Shenseea, already at #34 on the iTunes Reggae Sales chart, fans are looking forward to a possible appearance by the duo.

SP Rolling Europe Tour kicks off in Manchester at the Victoria Warehouse on Tuesday, November 07, Sean Paul will then Get Busy in Birmingham on Wednesday, November 08, the 01 Academy Brixton in London on Thursday, November 09. France will then host the artiste at the L’Olympia in the captital on Friday, November 10, before he goes to Luxembourgh to perform at the Rockhal on Sunday, November 12. Sean Paul will then visit the Netherlands for AFAS Live on Monday, November, 13, the Forum in Copenhagen on Wednesday, November, 15 and then his final roll into Berlin at the Columbiahalle on Thursday, November 16.

Sean Paul continues to dominate 2017 and fans can look forward to more appearances and new releases as the year continues in its final quarter.

International Dancehall superstar Sean Paul continues to reap success for his work in 2016, with the recent announcement of his second Teen Choice Awards nomination. His collaboration — Clean Bandit’s hit single Rockabye, which also featured Anne-Marie — earned the artiste a nomination in the category of Choice Electronic/Dance Song.

In 2016, Sean Paul nabbed a Teen Choice Award nomination for Choice Party Song with Sia’s Cheap Thrills.

Rockabye details the hardships of single mothers, which the artiste says is a topic he is passionate about, having been grown up in a single-parent home while his father served prison time. The single was released on October 21, 2016 and entered the UK Singles Chart at number seven after one week. The following week, it climbed to number three, before high performance in streaming got it to number one on its third week. It charted platinum on most charts across the world and peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts.

The 2017 staging of Teen Choice Awards celebrates the year's achievements in music, film, television, sports, fashion, comedy, and the internet, and the winners are chosen by voters aged 13–19 over various social media sites.

Though voting has been closed, Sean Paul fans can still use the hashtag and tag @duttypaul on social media spaces such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook by using.

Teen Choice Awards 2017 will take place at USC’s Galen Center on Sunday, August 13 and will air live on FOX.

Grammy Award winning Sean Paul is now on tour after blazing the Reggae Sumfest stage in his home country, Jamaica on Saturday, July 22. Fans in Canada can head to Beach Club Pointe Calumet to see Sean Paul on Monday, July 31 and Tuesday, August 1.
Grammy Award winning artiste Sean Paul has been added to the line-up for the 25th staging of Reggae Sumfest. The multi-platinum artiste will break his current Europe tour for a fourth appearance on the festival.

Having racked up an impressive catalogue and a huge fanbase worldwide over two decades, Sean Paul continues to be relevant in the global music industry with a legacy of chart topping music including the classic Like Glue (2002), Temperature (2005) and in recent times Cheap Thrills and Rockabye.

The artiste last performed on the show was in 2014. With Baddabanz Band, Baddagyalz Dancers along with Farenheit and Tour DJ Coppershaun Sean Paul is set to rewrite history with a high energy set. His Saturday April 01, performance in Ocho Rios at the Moon Palace, Jamaica Grande at the Sean Paul Live in Concert is a signal to the power and flavour of the artiste mood as he is keyed up to play for his Jamaican fans this summer.

Sean Paul released Crick Neck last year, in collaboration with Chi-Ching Ching and the single did well on the local music and video charts. He has also been doing great work with local producer Doncorleonie who produced Tek Weh Yuh Heart featuring rapper Tory Lanez, who is also billed for Reggae Sumfest. The producer is also looking to release Body with Sean Paul and Migos soon.

Reggae Sumfest's 25th anniversary features a week of events starting on Sunday, July 16 with a Beach Party, into the Sumfest Sunset Yacht Party on Monday, July 17. The staple All-White Party at Pier One takes place on Tuesday, July 18, Sumfest Blitz on Wednesday, July 19 and the Sumfest Heavyweight Clash returns on Thursday, July 20. The festival concludes at Catherine Hall on Friday, July 22 and Saturday, July 23 with a most anticipated stage show.

Early bird tickets and travel packages are on sale exclusively on www.eventbrite.com and patrons can keep abreast on Reggae Sumfest 2017 updates by visiting www.reggaesumfest.com.
Salisa Wong(R) was more than ready to take a selfie with Sean Paul and her friends Simone Bromfield and Tameka Hall at the meet and greet session after Sean Paul’s performance at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande on Saturday, April 01.

Sean Paul had a complete tour stage setup, his very own Baddabanz Band, Baddagyalz Dancers and tour DJ Coppershaun on the turntables, all of which added to an exhilarating performance at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande in Ocho Rios, last Saturday, April 01, 2017 Moon Palace saw a full house inside their ballroom, with Jamaicans and visitors alike singing along to classics and new hits from Grammy Award winning artiste Sean Paul.

“That game was a good warm up fi shell the show later” Sean Paul said with adrenaline pumping after a match of tennis with #1 female player Serena Williams.

The warm-up was certainly needed as Sean Paul and his crew undeniably maintained a high-energy performance for almost two hours, crooning hits after hit. With energy that could break a seismograph, Sean Paul had the room chanting as he introduced Cheap Thrills. Revisiting classics like the 2009 hit I’m Still in Love with you Boy, it was clear that the two dancers enjoy performing as they danced their way across the stage, interacting with Sean Paul and the raving crowd.

When Sean Paul introduced Deport Dem, all phones seemed to go live, giving the ballroom another element of light as the guests captured the performance in which Sean Paul’s jovial personality came out through his song transitions when he spoke to the room and even opted to freestyle to the ladies. Though he introduced this track by asking permission to share with them a new song; the ballroom erupted into a choir as ladies sang and gyrated to Tek Weh Yuh Heart.

Maintaining that high, Baddabanz played the intro for Like Glue and there was no doubt that most, if not all, in the ballroom knew the 2002 hook. Fast forwarding to his recent No Lie single, Sean Paul was not shy to show off his slick waist movement as he took centre stage and was soon joined by one, and then both dancers who tested and proved his stamina on stage.

Sania Kaoud, a Canadian guest at the hotel took her mother and sister to the concert and the ladies were more than pleased by the musical offerings. “I always loved his music but the way he showed us who Sean Paul is and all that personality he brought on stage was very fun and enlightening to watch”, offered Kaoud. “He spoke to us like we all really were his friends and I didn’t feel dirty sitting beside my mom and watching him whine. I loved his energy and those girls were really good too”, she continued referring to the Baddagyalz dancers.

Senior Director of Public Relations for Palace Resorts Cessie Cerrato posited “we’ve hosted a number artistes but Sean Paul has been my favourite so far, his energy alone was just unbelievable”.

When the dancers brought out their very own props in the form of trumpets for Sean Paul’s Trumpets collaboration with SakNoel & Salvi, the performance was at its peak and ended on a high with Temperature (2005) when the artiste and his dancers had the ballroom doing the iconic Willie Bounce dance.

The multi-platinum recently released a video for his Tek Weh Yuh Heart single which features Tory Lanez, who is on this year’s Reggae Sumfest lineup for the festival’s special 25 staging.

Sean Paul will be touring for all of April 2017 with stops in Moscow, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, France, UK and the United States. Fans anticipate a new album soon and can sooner look toward a new single from Sean Paul. Called Body, the song is produced by Jamaican producer Doncorleonie, also featuring Migos.


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