Jay Sean

Nov
14
New Music: Jay Sean – ‘All I Want’

Jay Sean

After cutting ties with Cash Money, Jay Sean is readying his first independent release The Mistress II. The sequel to his 2011 mixtape has already produced a video for “Tears in the Ocean,” and now the British crooner brings us the second single “All I Want.” On the sweet serenade, he assures his lady that he only has eyes for her.

“You’re the only one I want, ’cause baby you the one / And loving you is all I ever want to do,” sings Jay.

You can download The Mistress II for free on November 18.

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Oct
24
Jay Sean Splits with Cash Money, Readies ‘Mistress II’ Mixtape

Jay Sean

Jay Sean is no longer down with Cash Money. The British crooner has officially left the label.

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Jan
1
Video: Jay Sean – ‘Take That Off’

Jay Sean

Jay Sean takes it to the bedroom on his new song “Take That Off,” the first offering from his upcoming mixtape The Mistress Part 2: Room Service. The Cash Money crooner, who released his album Neon last year, gets his girl naked while whispering sweet nothings.

“I don’t want to see those clothes on/ They look better on the floor,” he sings.

In the accompanying black-and-white visuals, he rendezvous with a sexy lady, who slowly removes her clothing.

Get in the sheets with Sean.

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Jul
29
Video: Jay Sean f/ Rick Ross – ‘Mars’

Jay Sean

On the eve of his album release, Jay Sean teleports to the Red Planet in the video for “Mars” featuring Rick Ross. The Cash Money crooner finds the girl of his dreams and makes love to her in the red hills, showing off his toned body in the process. But after three-and-a-half minutes of exploration, his fantasy comes to an end and he finds himself back on earth.

In addition to Rozay, Jay’s fourth album Neon features the single “Where You Are,” plus appearances from Busta Rhymes and Ace Hood (stream it here).

Travel to a planet far, far away with Jay Sean.

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Jul
26
New Music: Jay Sean – ‘Neon’ [Album Stream]

Neon

After a lengthy delay, Jay Sean will release his fourth album Neon on Tuesday. Four days before it goes on sale, the Cash Money crooner has made the project available for streaming on VEVO and YouTube.

The 14-track follow-up to 2009’s All or Nothing includes the singles “Where You Are” and the Rick Ross-assisted “Mars,” plus appearances from Ace Hood (“All on Your Body”) and Busta Rhymes (“Break of Dawn”).

“The album is the best piece of work I’ve done to date, without a doubt in the last 10 years,” Jay told Rap-Up TV. “This album is a mixture of R&B, of pop, of some rock influence as well, of hip-hop influence. It really took us a long time to get it right, but I’m so proud of it.”

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Jun
29
Jay Sean Reveals Cover Art, Tracklisting for ‘Neon’

Neon

After several delays, Jay Sean has unveiled the cover and tracklisting for his fourth album Neon. Due July 30, the 14-track follow-up to 2009’s All or Nothing includes the singles “Where You Are” and the Rick Ross-assisted “Mars,” plus appearances from Ace Hood (“All on Your Body”) and Busta Rhymes (“Break of Dawn”).

“The album is the best piece of work I’ve done to date, without a doubt in the last 10 years,” the Cash Money crooner told Rap-Up TV. “This album is a mixture of R&B, of pop, of some rock influence as well, of hip-hop influence. It’s just all of the great genres that I love and I grew up on in one. The songwriting and production on this album is superb. It really took us a long time to get it right, but I’m so proud of it.”

See the tracklisting below.

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May
17
New Music: Jay Sean f/ Rick Ross – ‘Mars’

Jay Sean and Rick Ross

Jay Sean takes his girl to another planet on his second single “Mars.” The Cash Money crooner shows off his vocal range, singing in a falsetto over the smooth joint, while Rozay drips in swag on his guest verse.

“I’m so high, I’m wasted I don’t wanna come down/ Let me take you to Mars, girl/ And we’ll make love on a star, girl,” he sings.

Jay’s fourth album Neon is due June 25 featuring Busta Rhymes and Ace Hood.

“The album is the best piece of work I’ve done to date, without a doubt in the last 10 years,” Jay told Rap-Up TV. “This album is a mixture of R&B, of pop, of some rock influence as well, of hip-hop influence. It’s just all of the great genres that I love and I grew up on in one. The songwriting and production on this album is superb. It really took us a long time to get it right, but I’m so proud of it.”

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