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Sean Kingston Nears Recording

Singer Sean Kingston is almost ready to return to the recording studio.

According to reports, Kingston, who was hospitalized for weeks after he suffered injuries from a jet ski accident on May 29th, will begin recording new music once he completes his physical therapy program.

TMZ states:

TMZ spoke with some of Sean’s closest friends who tell us — the hip-hop star is ADAMANT he won’t start working on music again until he’s 100 percent healthy. We’re told Sean’s biggest challenge is completing a physical therapy program for his wrist … which could take several weeks.

As we previously reported — the hip-hop star was hospitalized for a broken jaw, fractured wrist and water in his lungs after a jet ski accident in Miami on May 29 — resulting in a three week hospital stay.

Sean’s telling friends — he knows he’s come a long way since the accident — but he wants to focus on his recovery before he gets back into music.

We’re told — the “Beautiful Girls” singer is super happy to be chilling in his home while he heals — and is very happy to be sleeping in his own bed.

Kingston was released from the hospital in June and is expected to make a full recovery from his injuries.