Wande Coal Set to Feature Jamaican-American Star Sean Kingston On New Song
Nigerian singer, Wande Coal has been spotted with Jamaican-American reggae and R&B star, Sean Kingston in the studios working on a joint project as they both try to resuscitate their diminishing career.
A video shared on social media sees the two fine artistes gearing up for the song as they put finishing touches to the vocals while other crew members of both stars hanged around and sway to the groove of the moment together.
Fans have come up with varied reactions on Instagram since the video was first shared by Gossip Mill TV.
Born Kisean Paul Anderson in Miami, Florida, Kingston was the first of three children born to Janice Turner. Kingston’s family moved to Kingston, Jamaica when he was six.
Kingston attended Ocho Rios High School in Ocho Rios for three years before migrating back to the United States. His grandfather was the noted Jamaican reggae producer Lawrence Lindo who worked under the stage name Jack Ruby (Wikipedia).
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In other news, a boy’s instinctiveness momentarily turned him into a spiderman as he hung on the wall of their room to avoid being beaten by his mother when he got into trouble with her.
Per the video obtained, the young man hung at the topmost part of a two sided-wall in their house and refused to come down when his mum tried to beat him with one leg of slippers.
The woman did everything possible to administer corporal punishment to him by jumping and trying to hit her with the slippers but she was not successful.
At a point, it seemed like the boy started losing his grip on the wall but knowing very well what awaited him, he rejuvenated himself- as it were and held on tightly while taking up his previous position close to the ceiling.
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