Safaree takes viewers to "Paradise" in the music video for his Sean Kingston-assisted single. In the Jay Parpworth-directed clip, filmed in the Montego Bay and Westmoreland area of Jamaica, the "Love & Hip Hop" star pops champagne in a pool with a bunch of sexy females, while in another scene he rides a jet ski in the beautiful beach water. [More]
Sean Kingston shares the visual of this first single "Chance" featuring Vybz Kartel, which will be featured on his forthcoming 10-track mixtape aptly titled Made in Jamaica.
Sean Kingston is sharing his side of the story following an altercation with rap group Migos earlier this week in Las Vegas.
The "Beautiful Girls" and "Fire Burning" hitmaker reportedly took a beating from rap trio Migos outside of the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas on Tuesday (Feb. 21).
On the club banger, Kingson, Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset drug and liquor-related lyrics while trying to holla at some “bad bitches.”
Last time we heard from Sean Kingston was back in February when he released his single “Thank Me.” Now he’s back with a new one called “All I Got,” a newbie assumed to be from his upcoming album Redemption. The video Sean popping bottles and with his boys and a bevy of women to the trap track.
Last time we heard from Sean Kingston was back in September 2015 when he released the breezy single “Wait Up.” Now he’s back with a new one called “Thank Me,” a smooth offering from his upcoming album Redemption.
Premiered on the L.A. Leakers, the song is a dose of carefree, youthfulness we heard on his first ever single âBeautiful Girls.â
Sean Kingston is catching another row of negative media attention after a Hollywood club promoter was robbed at an event he was hired for.
Kingston resurfaces with Young Money signee Tyga on the new song "Ecstasy," which samples Grace Jones' 80's classic, "My Jamaican Guy," by way of LL Cool J's "Doin' It."