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  • September 25, 2009
    Posted by: Ever Blazing

    Sean talks about the "King's Fire" with Digiwaxx and bigs up this site!

    September 25, 2009
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  • September 24, 2009
    Posted by: Dutty Crew

    Sean Paul talks about having an unexpected photo shoot in his birthday suit...

    September 24, 2009
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  • The Miami Marlins announce here that Sean will be performingas the final Super Saturday act for the 2009 season on September 26th at Land Shark Stadium.

    Each home game is called a Super Saturday which feature a post-game party with fireworks and a concert for free with your game ticket stub.

    September 24, 2009
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    According to Sean will be in Lagos, Nigeria to celebrate 250 years of Guinness Sept 24tg-- which is an EXTREMELY popular beverage in Jamaica, especially with the dancehall crowd.

    The celebration is, according to the article, world wide and states:

    "Over 60 artistes will perform more than 60 hours of live music in just one day in events to be held in cities around the world. Other artistes who will be performing at various locations include the Black EyedPeas, Sir Tom Jones and Estelle"

    Read article here

    September 23, 2009
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    Steve Wilson, Sean Paul's road manager extraordinaire, talks to the Jamaica Star about the "Press it Up" video and also explains the changing video game and how during an album's lifetime, many videos are shot nowadays for songs as people are watching more videos online than ever before. He also talks about the interactive experience of the Internet when it comes to watching videos

    Here is an excerpt from the article:

    changing game

    Wilson said the entertainer will be releasing another video soon and others will follow shortly. The videos will be shot at significantly reduced cost.

    But why so many videos?

    "The game has changed," Wilson said, explaining that not many videos are watched on television anymore. MTV, he explained, hardly shows videos anymore. Videos have been replaced by reality shows because people are now watching videos online on thousands of sites where fans get to have a more interactive experience. Fans, he said, can watch the videos, comment on the videos, comment on other people's comments and get into arguments over those comments."

    Read whole article here


    September 21, 2009
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