Kisean Anderson (born February 3, 1990 in Miami, Florida), known by his stage name Sean Kingston, is a Jamaican-American emerging reggae and pop musician who also raps.
Kingston, through a unique venture between Epic Records and Koch Records, released the single, "Beautiful Girls," in summer 2007.  The single, based on the exact bass line and some lyrical "association" of the 1961 hit "Stand By Me" by Ben E. King, reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for a total of five weeks, and has sinced topped the UK Single Charts as well. He also debuted at Number 1 in Australia, knocking of Fergie who had been Number 1 for 9 weeks.
Kingston also has a "street single", entitled "Colours", which features The Game, along with a fellow Miami native, Rick Ross. The remix features Kardinal Offishall and Vybz Kartel. Many of the lyrics on 'Colours' are based on his experience seeing his mother and sister incarcerated.
Sean Kingston is known for switching between an Urban-American dialect and a Jamaican accent in his music.
Kingston announced at the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards that he will be playing Notorious B.I.G. in the Notorious B.I.G. biopic, but this was later disputed by the film's executive-producer Wayne Barrow.
Me Love" is the second single from Sean Kingston from his debut album Sean Kingston. It is produced by JR Rotem, and samples Led Zeppelin's song D'yer Mak'er and the UB40 version of "Red Red Wine".
In August 2007, the song debuted at number 28 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making it the Hot Shot Debut of the week. In the same week, Kingston's previous single, "Beautiful Girls", was number one on the chart; the last time an artist had both the number one single and the Hot Shot Debut in one week was in January 2007, when Beyonce achieved this with "Irreplaceable" and "Listen". In its second week on the chart, the single rose to number 15 and was the greatest digital gainer on the Hot 100 that week.