Stars hit Dubai for Caribbean carnival
Jamaican-American singer Sean Kingston and US rapper Bow Bow round out the line-up for the two day carnival, which takes place at Burj Park on November 1 and 2.
Kingston is one of the most recognisible Caribbean artists of the moment, having grown up in Jamaica after being born in the US, and takes his name from the Jamaican captial (his real name is Kisean Anderson).
He first hit the charts with “Beautiful Girls” before going on to chart with Fire Burnin’ and and Eenie Meenie with Justin Bieber.
Kingston is a frequent collaborator and the concert should be a fun catch up for the three artists -- Kingston co-wrote Watcha Say with Derulo, and featured on Bow Wow’s single “For My Hood”.
Bow Wow is one of the most precocious rappers in the industry, having been spotted (and named) by Snoop Dogg when he was only six.
The 25 year old has since dropped the Lil’ from his stage name and is now signed to Cash Money Records, where his labelmates include Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj.
He’s in the process of releasing a new album. Details of the ticketing for the event have not been released; organisers 321 events say they will do so WHEN?
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