Over the last few months, Global Village has played host to a number of celebrities from Shah Rukh Khan to Ranveer Singh and Ayushmann Khurrana. However, this is a big one. On March 8, International Woman’s Day, Global Village will host international R&B recording artist and singer Jay Sean, live in concert on the Main Stage.
The musical superstar is well known for his chart-topping numbers including Down, 2012 (It Ain’t the End), Ride It, Hit the Lights, War, I Won’t Tell, Neon, Eyes on You, Worth It All, I Made It (Cash Money Heroes) and Do You Remember?.
Jay Sean is the second top-rated global artist that Global Village is bringing to its Main Stage this season after the hit concert by Jason Derulo. The prolific artist has released four studio albums, two compilation albums, two extended plays, two mix-tapes, twenty-six singles (including nine as a featured artist) and thirty-one music videos over a career spanning 15 years. He is expected to respond to crowd requests, engaging and responding to their requests in real time.
MORE ABOUT JAY SEAN
Jay Sean was born in London and displayed musical talent at an early age. At 11, he and his cousin formed a hip hop duo named "Compulsive Disorder". He was a straight-A student and enrolled in The London School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary, University of London, to study Medicine before dropping out in 2003 to pursue a singing career. He debuted in the UK's Asian Underground scene as a member of the Rishi Rich Project with "Dance with You", which led to him being signed to Virgin Records and having two UK top 10 hits as a solo artist in 2004: "Eyes on You" at #6 and "Stolen" at #4. Sean is a pioneer of Bhangra-R&B fusion, which his debut album helped popularize. He founded his own independent label, Jayded Records in 2006 and is now signed on with Cash Money Records.
INFO: Access to all Global Village’s weekly concerts on its Main Stage is included with the entry ticket priced at Dhs 15 with no additional fees. Season 23 at Global Village is open till 6th April 2019, 4 pm to 12 am from Saturday to Wednesday and from 4 pm to 1 pm on Thursdays, Fridays and public holidays. On Mondays, it is dedicated to families and women only.