Sean Paul for India shows

Sunday, October 21, 2012    

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DANCEHALL artiste Sean Paul will be doing a series of shows in India next month.

The shows are scheduled for Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai.

Prashant Kumar, Blue Note Entertainment promoter, said Indian fans are excited to see Grammy-winning artiste.

"We have been waiting for Sean to come in India since the last five years. Everyone loves him, people here have been dancing on his tunes for years, and with his new album it will be a special treat for all the fans here," Kumar said.

Sean Paul starts his Indian dates on Friday, November 2, at the Quantum Leap nightclub in Delhi. The following day he is scheduled for the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai. He closes on Monday, November 5, at Manpho Convention Center in Bangalore.

The shows in India are part of Sean Paul's promotional campaign for his latest album, Tomahawk Technique, which was released in the United States in September by Atlantic/VP Records.





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