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Sean Kingston

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A Gimmicky Sound That May Wear Thin

Sean Kingston emerges here in Australia riding off his massive debut hit "Beautiful Girls". And if you dislike that song, stay well away. He sings through this album, full of gimmicky sounding songs, like a guy that isn't taking this seriously. Standouts include the Jamaican feel of said "Beautiful Girls", the second single, cruisy "Me Love", the witty (albeit still gimmicky) "Your Sister", "I Can Feel It" is a breezy easy-listener and "Drummer Boy" with it's great chorus. Despite these standouts, nothing comes close to the club thumping album opener "Kingston". An old fashioned big beat with a killer hook and a very addictive chorus. This debut is good, but not great. With every good track, comes a God awful one, I'm looking at you "Take You There"! He should stray away from the gimmicky tracks that pollute this album if he wants to go ahead with his second album.

good album !

my fav songs are: beautiful girls, me love, take you there (the best) and that ain't right (2nd best)

Awesome!

This album is brilliant. Love the Jamacian feel and very well done for a debut

Biography

Born: 03 February 1990 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A self-proclaimed product of his past, rapper Sean Kingston's history helps describe his sound. Born in Miami, Florida, then raised in Kingston, Jamaica from the age of six, he mixed more than a little dancehall and reggae into his hip-hop. The hard lyrics come from a hard life, which included incarceration, homelessness, and growing up a lot faster than he should have. His young parents didn't play teen pop or teen rap while he was being raised, so he absorbed the adult lyrics of Buju Banton, Ice...
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