Seal (born February 19, 1963) is a British soul vocalist.
Born in Paddington, England, his parents were Adebisi Samuel, a
Nigerian immigrant, and Francis Samuel, an Afro-Brazilian immigrant.
A childhood bout of lupus left Seal with distinctive facial
scarring and hair loss. One of Seal's most well known songs is
"Kiss From A Rose", which was featured in the film "Batman Forever".
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Seal's debut album, titled Seal, was released in 1991. The album was positively received by critics and the singles "Crazy", "Future Love Paradise" and his own rendition of "Killer" from the album all performed well on the charts.
Seal's second album, again self-titled, was released in 1994. A critical success, the album featured the singles "Prayer for the Dying" and "Newborn Friend". A third single, "Kiss From a Rose", performed modestly when released but was later featured in the film "Batman Forever" which resulted in its worldwide success. It went on to win Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year in 1996 and became Seal's best performing single in the US market. Later he recorded a cover of Steve Miller Band's "Fly Like an Eagle" for the soundtrack of the film "Space Jam".
In 2003, Seal released his fourth album, Seal IV. Though it didn't chart as high as either of his first two albums, this release brought Seal back into the public eye in USA and continental Europe. Singles from the album include "Waiting For You", "Get It Together" and "Love's Divine". In 2004, a greatest hits album, entitled Seal: Best 1991-2004, was released including a cover of the Burt Bacharach classic "Walk on By".