Sean Paul heads to Qatar

Monday, September 24, 2018

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Grammy-winning Jamaican act Sean Paul heads to the Middle East in October for a performance in the Islamic state of Qatar.

The event, 'Sean Paul Mad Love Tour', organised by Iconic Events, will take place at Qatar National Convention Centre in the capital Doha on October 30.

Jared McCulloch, managing director of Iconic Events said, “We are thrilled to be bringing Sean Paul to Qatar once again for all the pop music lovers in the country. It will an amazing night with Sean Paul and all his new music. Sean Paul's recent music and collaborations have been huge, topping the Billboard charts with David Guetta & Becky G, Dua Lipa, Clean Bandit & SIA, racking up several billion views in the process.”

He further disclosed that tickets for the much-anticipated event are already on sale .

Sean Paul has won a Grammy award as well as several other Grammy and Billboard Music Award nominations. His accomplishments include an American Music Award, MOBO Awards, Soul Train Awards, MTV Music Awards, ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Music Awards, a Source Award, and a BET Award.

He is the only Jamaican artiste to have won an American Music Award for Favourite Pop/Rock Male and is also the first Jamaican to be featured on the cover of Vibe Magazine.

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