• Janae Hyman

Sean Kingston returns with "Rihanna" (Umbrella)

Updated: Jul 26

Multi-platinum artist and songwriter Sean Kingston returns with his new single "Rihanna" (Umbrella). Ape Drums produced the Afro-Beat and Reggae Pop music (Major Lazer)

"Rihanna" (Umbrella) is the latest single off Sean Kingston's highly anticipated new studio album "Road to Deliverance," which is due out later this year. "Rihanna" (Umbrella) is an undoubtedly addictive single, demonstrating Sean Kingston's musical progression and delivering an exciting peek of what is to come for his global admirers. It is grounded in a powerful basis of Afro-island percussion and heightened by Sean's strong Jamaican edge and flavour.

"Rihanna" (Umbrella) follows a plethora of incredible music productions Sean has worked on in the studio during the epidemic. His new phase of music will have some of the most original songs he's ever produced while also capturing the big singles he's written, such as Jason Derulo's "Whatcha Say," Iyaz's "Replay," and Fergie's "Big Girls Don't Cry." Not to mention the numerous other chart-topping songs Kingston has written for himself and other A-list artists.

During the pandemic, "Amore e Capoeira" a song Kingston teamed up with Takagi & Ketra and Giusy Ferreri as artist and writer, went three times certified platinum and his critically acclaimed collaborations with country star Seaforth on "Queen of Daytona Beach" is on the rise. Kingston has been making major collaborations with Chris Brown, NBA YoungBoy, Rema, Ella Mae, Trippie Red, Swae Lee, Tory Lanez, Fivio Foreign, Wande Cole and other amazing artists. "The Road to Deliverance" album will be a who's who of today's most impactful and relevant artists.


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