Sean Kingston was born, as Kisean Anderson is a Jamaican singer-songwriter. Tommy Rotem from Beluga Heights discovered Kingston’s music in MySpace. He was then offered him to sign a contract in a partnership deal with Sony. Based on the bass line and lyrical "association" of the 1961 hit "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King, Kingston’s recorded and released the single "Beautiful Girls" in May 2007. His single topped the US Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks and topped the UK Singles Chart along with many other international charts. His song “Me Love” also was inspired from Led Zeppelin’s "D'yer Mak'er" and the song debuted at number 1 in Australia.
In 2011, Sean Kingston toured in some countries in Africa and promoted his album. With his third album, “Back 2 Life” Kingston came out with fresh new tracks for his fans. Born in Jamaica, Sean Kingston got his stage name "Kingston" from the capital of Jamaica called Kingston, Jamaica.