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3 out of 5

309 Ratings

Oh dear

Hugillian machine,

The song is quite bouncy, the guy doesn't have a bad voice, but it is sad to say that people are being practically forcefed this music since it is played heavily on the radio. I mean the lyrics aren't as bad as "i wet my pants whilst flying over france" as in Busted's air hostess, but lyrics such as "doing my first crime" and "they get you suicidal" i find to be quite laughable, and I feel more intelligent lyrics should have been used, and the addition of strings at part of the song seemed intrusive, and don't belong in this "rap" tune, and I have heard better, since I would never believe he has wrote and developed this himself, unlike genius lyrics from guys like Kanye West, whom I would rather place my money with, since I wouldn't be ashamed of listening to and admitting to owning his songs. Many will probably disagree saying this song is proper "banging", but the only banging to do is my head against the wall because the lyrics are very apt, the tune is starting me to feel suicidal.

THE LYRICS ARENT RUBBISH!!

Mitch.91,

i think this song is great but lots of people are putting it down cos of its lyrics. they actually have a meaning. if you look up this song on wikipedia you would see the song is about a girl who he fell in love with and broke his heart and that is why he uses the lyrics "she had me suicidal" cos he was so upset look the song up and find out what it really means.

About Sean Kingston

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 Cube, and Rakim. He also lived the lyrics and landed a breaking-and-entering charge at age 11. Twenty-one days in jail, boot camp, and living in a car while his mother was incarcerated on an identity fraud rap all followed. None of it swayed the youth against hustling; it just pointed him in a different, more lucrative direction. Taking his ability to write rhymes and hooks, he started working Miami's talent show and showcase circuit hard, eventually sharing the stage with Pitbull, Ludacris, and Trick Daddy. Producer Jonathan "J.R." Rotem (Britney Spears, 50 Cent, Rihanna) caught his demo and signed the young rapper to his Beluga Heights record label right before the major-label bidding wars were to begin. The Sony imprint Epic won and introduced their new artist in the spring of 2007 with the single "Colors 2007," featuring the Game and Rick Ross. Although he sounded much older, Kingston was only 16 years old when the track landed. With his second single, "Beautiful Girls," he took a sample of Ben E. King's "Stand by Me" and twisted it into a huge hit. This more polished, smoother, and less hardcore stance suited the singer and figured heavily into his self-titled debut full-length. His sophomore release, Tomorrow, arrived in 2009 and featured the singles "Fire Burning," "Face Drop," and "My Girlfriend." In 2013 the single "Letting Go (Dutty Love)," with special guest Nicki Minaj, appeared, along with his third album, Back 2 Life. ~ David Jeffries

  • ORIGIN
    Kingston, Jamaica
  • GENRE
    Pop
  • BORN
    03 February 1990

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