The Jamaican flag was kept flying high in Qatar, thanks to dancehall superstar Sean Paul and Reggae crooner Julian Marley, as the world zoomed on the middle-eastern country for the finale of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
On Thursday, the Grammy-nominated Marley and son of late reggae legend Bob Marley performed at the FIFA Fan Festival, which featured over 100 hours of live music.
Meanwhile, on Friday, Sean Paul and his official DJ, Coppershaun, performed for the FIFA World Cup volunteers, where he lauded Jamaica and the Reggae Boyz and expressed optimism about them returning to the World Cup stage in the foreseeable future.
Billed for a second engagement, Sean and his band on Saturday delivered a noteworthy set on the main stage at the Al Bidda Park for the FIFA Fan Festival.
This latest undertaking by the “Gimme The Light” hitmaker comes just days following the release of his mini-documentary The Story Of Sean Paul’s ‘Get Busy‘ shot by Emmy-winning media group VICE. The mini-documentary explores Sean Paul’s history, the team who supported him, and how his dancehall classic ‘Get Busy‘ influenced the trajectory of his career and music.