Face Drop

Album: Tomorrow (2009)
Charted: 56 61
  • This was the second single off pop singer Sean Kingston's sophomore album, Tomorrow.
  • This song reflects Kingston's personal acceptance concerning his appearance. He confided to The Jamaican Observer: "The musical journey for me has been crazy. A lot of people try to fight me out. The industry people judge you on your outer appearance. Because I'm a big kid, dem say I am overweight. Mi fight me way to the record label to put out the first album. I am blessed now and I'm taking care of my family, which is the most important thing."

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