After five-long years, Jamaican rapper Sean Paul is all set to rise the 'Temperature' with his performance in 2018.
Sean Paul, is a Jamaican dancehall rapper, international singer and record producer.
A source has recently that 'Dutty Paul' star is really excited to perform in India and will be flying down for the India Tour next year.
He will be performing in couple of cities, which has not been disclosed yet, but it's going to be somewhere at the end of 2018.
His musical career took off in 2002 with the success of his second studio album 'Dutty Rock,' which was fuelled by his Billboard Hot 100 chart toppers, Gimmie the Light and Get Busy.
The 44-year-old singer maintained his relevance in the music industry with recent hits like 'Cheap Thrills', 'Rockabye', 'No Lie', and 'Body'.
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