Sean Paul makes impressive return to Japan

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sean-paul-photo-6.jpgSean Paul successfully returned to Japan after a years long hiatus from the island nation.

Armed with a catalogue of hits from three albums never yet performed live in Japan, new dancers, a new band, a new set and a new lease on life, Sean stormed the shores of Japan with schedule of four live concerts in Osaka and Tokyo.

To the delight of his fans eager to see their star up close and personal, Sean Paul performed classics like Gimme The Light, We Be Burning and Get Busy. He also ignited the audiences with international hits like Give It To Me, Want Dem All and Come To Me.

Sean has also reinvented and reintroduced himself as a producer. His most recent effort, the Full Speed Riddim, is generating buzz in dancehalls from Kingston to Osaka thanks to strong cuts like Cut an Guh Tru by Bounty Killer, Ring the Alarm by Denyque and his very own Take it Low.

A travel lover to his core, Sean has taking the opportunity to have fun off stage as well. Social media delights in posting images of the Jamaican born toaster with fans at sightseeing locations around the cities in which he performs.