AFTER being warmly received by scores of young fans at his matinee show, 17-year-old R&B/hip hop artiste Sean Kingston got a lukewarm response from the audience at his adults-only show on Saturday night at the Zen nightclub in Port of Spain.
Several patrons even booed the young performer when he finally appeared on stage at 1.25 a.m., singing songs off his album that few people were familiar with including "Kingston" and "Drummer Boy".
Calls for people in the audience to put their hands up were, for the most part, ignored by hundreds of patrons, while some in the crowd simply screamed: "Sing 'Me Love'."
Kingston, the first artiste signed to hip hop super producer J R Rotem's Beluga Heights label, then turned in a sub-par performance of his hits "Me Love" and "Colours and Your Sister", as he relied heavily on backing tracks with vocals to support his singing and on co-performer Young Leek and hype man Hype King to rev up the crowd.
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