Not even Seal, is safe from the wrath of Seal Appears In Promo Celebrating Launch Of Shark Week – The Hype Magazine

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Published on July 23rd, 2017 | by Jerry Doby

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Seal Appears In Promo Celebrating Launch Of Shark Week

Not even Seal, is safe from the wrath of Shark Week. The Multi-platinum, Grammy® Award-winning singer-songwriter teamed up with Discovery to promote this year’s Shark Week in this creative and hilarious video. Seal performs his iconic song “Kiss From A Rose” and as he reaches for a rose, a shark appears and eats the singer whole.

SHARK WEEK, television’s longest-running and most anticipated summer event, airs Sunday, July 23 at 7:00 PM ET/PT and continues through Sunday, July 30. This year, SHARK WEEK celebrates its 29th anniversary and will keep viewers on the edge of their seat with all-new jaw-dropping shark stories; highlighting some of the most recent breakthroughs and developments to reveal new insights into these magnificent creatures.

About Seal

Since the beginning of his career, London-born multi-platinum singer-songwriter Seal has been focused on a single creative pursuit: expressing the full experience of love through song. His inimitable voice was first heard on Adamski‘s 1991 club smash “Killer,” followed by his Top 10 hit “Crazy.” On the heels of his stunning debut album, he went on to win the prestigious BRIT Award for “Best British Male” in 1992, while hits like “Kiss From a Rose,” memorably included in the Batman Forever soundtrack, earned him multiple Grammy awards and global esteem. An established superstar, with worldwide album sales exceeding 30 million of his eight studio albums, Seal released his latest, 7, which reunites him with his longtime collaborator, the producer Trevor Horn. The artist’s focus remains where it’s always been, on the many permutations of love. “I just want people to feel,” he says. No one is better suited to the task.


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Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.


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