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Sean Kingston Bio

Birthdate:: February 3, 1990
Birthplace: Miami, Florida

Sean Kingston has topped the billboard charts, guest-starred on Yo Gabba Gabba and even toured with Justin Bieber! Find out more about Sean in his Kidzworld bio!


Jamming In Jamaica

Before Sean Kingston (born Kisean Anderson) made it big in America, he spent his teen years soaking up the sun in Saint Ann, Jamaica. Sean’s time on the island inspired his love of reggae and in 2007 he returned to his hometown of Miami to work on his music. His hard past sometimes influences his lyrics—Sean was charged with breaking and entering when he was only 11 years old!


Finding Success

In 2007 he released his debut album after a bidding war between record companies. Sean scored his first hit with “Beautiful Girls” and landed the opener slots on tours for Beyonce and Gwen Stefani! Sean has since returned to the top ten with catchy hits like “Me Love,” “Fire Burning” and “Take You There.”


Letting Go (Dutty Love)

"Letting Go" is Sean’s brand new single that features the first lady of Young Money, Nicki Manaj. “Don’t be shocked if you hear that Nicki Manaj and Sean Kingston are going out,” Sean said in a recent interview. “That’s my biggest crush right now,” Sean gushed. Do you think there’s romance in the air for Sean and Nicki? Or was Sean just joking?


Busting On Bieber

Sean teamed up with his pal Justin Bieber for their smash song, "Eenie Meenie" and joined Justin for his My World tour. But just because they work together doesn’t mean Sean can’t call Justin out! In a recent MySpace interview, Sean let it slip that Justin loves searching for himself on Google and YouTube! What do you think—if you were as famous as Justin Bieber or Sean Kingston, would you Google yourself?


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