Up and about Jamaican rapper Sean Kingston laid voice on Fergie's ballad 'Big Girls Don't Cry', offering solutions.
Sean Kingston has sung about 'girls' again, but this time they are not 'beautiful' but metaphorically 'big'. The Jamaican rapper is featured on the remix of Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie's 'Big Girls Don't Cry', sporting his answers to Fergie's misery.
If Fergie said "But I've got to get a move on with my life/ Its time to be a big girl now/ And big girls don't cry", Sean mends the story saying "Let me know big girls don't cry/ But please let me explain/ Let's sit down work things out/ Before you go on your way". The song was produced by renowned producer J.R. Rotem and made the official remix.
Fergie's sole version of 'Big Girls Don't Cry' appeared in her debut solo album 'The Dutchess' and has peaked at #2 in Billboard Hot 100 chart. It hasn't been able to climb to #1 due to Sean's 'Beautiful Girls' that shot from #23 to the top spot on the second week of its digital release.
Listen to the remix of 'Big Girls Don't Cry':