The concert dubbed by Kampala organizers as the “Concert of the year” is back on track after the Reggae/Hip Hop artist Sean Kingston was discharged from the hospital following a horrible jet ski crash in Miami, Florida.
The concert originally slated for July 29 is has been rescheduled to September 16th.
The promoter of the Kampala concert, Aly Allibhai stated,
“We are happy to confirm that Sean Kingston will be in performing in Kampala, we have been working on this booking for some time and I am now happy to confirm that the contractual obligations and deposits have been handled. We are excited to bring an A-list superstar like Sean to Uganda, his music is so popular over here in Uganda and we are looking forward to making it an unforgettable event.”
Some revelers are still reeling from R. Kelly’s last show, which many concert-goers claimed was a rip off after he briefly appeared for his Kampala concert. Unlike the R. Kelly event, organizers said, “We signed a one-hour contract with Kingston and that is all the time he will be on stage.”
Sean is also expected to perform in Kigali, Rwanda the next day.
#FUNFACT: Not only is music Sean Kingston’s love, it is in his blood. Reggae artist Buju Banton is his uncle and Jack Ruby, who produced records for Bob Marley and Burning Spear in Jamaica, is his grandfather.