The Sean Paul India tour is going to be a major event this year considering the fan base that Sean Paul has in India. Sean Paul is a Grammy winning Dancehall/Reggae artist. Sean Paul hits India for the first time in November.
Sean Paul was born in Jamaica and is now one of the world's renowned Dancehall and Reggae artist. Jeremy Harding was the first to collaborate with Sean Paul on a variety of different tracks. Slowly, Sean Paul became a local sensation. Sean Paul released his first album Stage One in the year 2000 under VP records. His second album Dutty-Rock featured the smash hit Get Busy. This album sold six million copies worldwide and also earned him a Grammy for Best Reggae Album. Simultaneously he also recorded a single with renowned pop singer Beyonce. His third album, The Trinity, featured the U.S chart-topping smash single Temperature. His other two albums Imperial Blaze and Tomahawk Technique did not do as well. His single from Tomahawk Technique Got 2 Luv U did well, but apart from that song the album wasn't up to mark.
Sean Paul's Temperature and Get Busy made him a worldwide sensation. His style of singing is almost impossible to mimic and his compositions are really catchy. He is regarded as one of the best Dancehall/reggae artist in the world.
Since he became a worldwide phenomenon, Sean Paul has been touring around the world quite extensively. Sean Paul is coming to India for the first time. This is news that will have Sean Paul fans jumping with joy. With a plethora of International acts taking place in India, the Sean Paul India tour is going to be the perfect icing on the cake. The Sean Paul India tour is something reggae and dance hall fans will look forward to. Fans will hear hits of Sean Paul (Get Busy, temperature) live. Sean Paul will be performing at Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore.

Tour Dates
November 2: Mumbai
November 3: New Delhi
November 4: Bangalore

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