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Sean Paul To Visit French Fans

06/02/10

Permalink 10:20:30 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

Sean Paul To Visit French Fans

International Reggae star Sean Paul is scheduled to perform in five cities in five days across France. The French market is Sean Paul’s second largest fan base and is in for a treat June 2-6.

The tour begins on Wednesday June 2, in Paris, at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy. The following day Sean Paul performs at Le Zenith in Toulouse, and on Friday June 4, St Herbalin at the Zenith. Saturday May 5 will see Sean Paul’s blazing entourage move to Marseille at Le Dome and the final performance takes place on Sunday June 5 at Mauguio at Le Seven Club.

Sean Paul has been touring in support of his album Imperial Blaze, which made its debut at number one in Japan and sold over 50,000 copies in its first week of release. Tracks such as Press it up and Hold my hand continue to enjoy steady rotation on local and overseas stations and the tunes are still readily available for download at www.allseanpaul.com.

And while Sean digs into his French support this June, producer Bob Sinclair is this summer set to release a track he produced with the deejay back in October titled Made in Jamaica, with input from the Reggae giants Sly and Robbie.

Sean Paul has performed in more than 80 countries in North, Central, and South America, Asia, Africa, and Europe. He is a multi-platinum selling deejay many times over, and the most successful Jamaican artiste on the international charts.

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