5. Sean Paul
Few people have done more to revitalize Jamaican music than Sean, who has brought the hip-hop attitude to the reggae roots of his homeland to come up with a bold, daring sound that has earned him worldwide success. Currently working on his seventh studio album, which will cement him as one of Jamaica’s most acknowledged performers. After a hugely successful 2016, Sean is setting out on a European tour this summer, but not before he brings his music back home to Moon Palace Jamaica Grande on April 1.