Sean Paul Talks Historic Hot 100 No. 1 Hit “Temperature” & New Album “Live N Livin”

Sean Paul has opened up about scoring an historic No. 1 hit in 2006 with “Temperature” and the direction of his new album, “Live And Livin.” International dancehall artiste Sean Paul joined Claudia Jordon yesterday during Out Loud on FOX Soul, where he spoke with her at length about his musical life over the past […]

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Sean Paul Taps Mavado, Damian Marley, Buju Banton For “Live N Livin” Album

Sean Paul assembles a star-studded dancehall lineup for his upcoming album, Live N Livin. Among the artists making the guest list includes the likes of Mavado, Buju Banton, Damian Marley, Govana, Squash, Masicka, Busy Signal, and more. Grammy award-winning Jamaican artiste Sean Paul’s upcoming albums are ones that fans are anxiously awaiting. Sean put the […]

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Sean Paul Finally Explains The Meaning Of His Catchphrase “RRR”

Sean Paul finally explained to his fans the meaning behind his popular Instagram catchphrase “RRR.” Sean Paul might be a cool guy, but it can be agreed that half of the time, his fans might not get what he is saying. The ‘Gimme the Light’ artist has finally taken the time to breakdown what one […]

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Kranium Says Fans Are To Be Blamed For Beefs In Dancehall

Kranium is weighing in on some ongoing beefs in dancehall amid Spice and Shenseea falling out. Dancehall has a rich history of clashes that have entertained fans for decades. Many have debated whether or not the clash culture is actually good for the genre or if it holds it back. One artiste, Kranium, has weighed […]

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Kranium Speak On Dancehall And Afrobeats Comparison

Kranium says its time to stop comparing dancehall and afrobeats. One of the emerging genres that has been getting a lot of attention lately is afrobeats. Dancehall deejay Kranium, whose real name is Kemar Donaldson, believes that’s because it has a much larger fanbase and is simply getting its time in the sun. The “Nobody […]

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Sean Paul Details How He Handled Jealous Tension With Jay-Z Over Beyonce

Sean Paul is revealing which artists to expect on his new albums and how he handled the long-lived conspiracy that he and Jay-Z had beef over Beyoncé. Perhaps one of the most wonderous career-sprouting moments for Sean Paul was his 2003 collaboration with Beyoncé, “Baby Boy.” It can be considered that the song came early […]

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Sean Paul Credits Mutabaruka For His First Big Break In Dancehall, Drops “Guns Of Navarone” Collab

Sean Paul says Mutabaruka gave him his first radio station play in his career, which was a huge achievement back in the 90s. Sean Paul is nostalgic when he premieres his new song “Guns of Navarone” via Mutabaruka because he and the popular Jamaican poet and radio personality have a special history. Many of us […]

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Sean Paul Announces New Project “Swiss Cheese Riddim” On December 4

Sean Paul got a new project coming next month. Sean Paul’s latest project is one to look out for as the new riddim features some of the hottest names in dancehall, including international artiste Shaggy, Gyptian, and Christopher Martin. At a time when artistes are limited from performing before live audiences in Jamaica due to […]

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