Beautiful girl


"Beautiful Girl" by Sean Kingston is a reggae-influenced pop song originally performed in the key of C major. Released in 2007 as part of his self-titled debut album, the track gained widespread popularity for its catchy melody and upbeat vibe. Sean Kingston, a Jamaican-American singer and songwriter, serves as both the interpreter and co-composer of the song alongside producers J.R. Rotem and Evan "Kidd" Bogart. Notably, "Beautiful Girl" interpolates the melody of Ben E. King's classic "Stand by Me." The song's melody is characterized by its infectious rhythm, Caribbean-inspired beats, and Kingston's smooth vocals, creating a feel-good anthem that resonated with audiences worldwide.