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Sean Paul, whose arrival time had been kept a secret save for the organizers, was welcomed at the airport by the Talent Africa guru Ali Alibai and officials from Club Beer – the official sponsors of the show and a few selected media personalities.
Flanked by the last batch of his band, Sean Paul will be staying at one of the top hotels in town.
Chimp Corps say this is the third time the musician is in the country for a concert and has on all occasions left his satisfied fans’ faces beaming with joy and blessedness.
The dancehall star’s Got 2 Love U single recently hit a record 100 million views on YouTube worldwide and is considered the most popular Jamaican singer at the time.
His heart-pounding hits such as She Doesn’t Mind are not closing in on 100 million views on YouTube but come only next to Bob Marley’s classics, No Woman No Cry and One Love and also enjoy massive airplay on Uganda’s radio stations, television channels and in nightclubs.