Jay Sean shares his love for animals in a new ad for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). Fresh off the release of his Pitbull-assisted single “I’m All Yours,” the Cash Money singer poses alongside a rescued mutt named Stella in the campaign, which encourages prospective pet owners to adopt instead of buying.
“There’s always a kid who wants to get a puppy or get a little kitten, and they might not know that they can actually go to a shelter to adopt one rather than going to a store to buy one,” said Sean, who used to have a dog. “They’re just as cute and they’re looking for a home. They want love, too.”
Jay Sean joins Waka Flocka Flame, Pink, Justin Bieber, Travie McCoy, Ryan Tedder, Mark Ronson, and Sean Kingston, who have teamed up with PETA to promote kindness to animals.
Jay Sean makes a play for song of the summer with the Gil Green-directed video for “I’m All Yours,” the first single off his fourth album Worth It All. The lavish visuals, shot in Miami, feature fast cars, exotic women, and an appearance from Mr. 305 himself, Pitbull. The Cash Money Millionaire eyes a hottie on the beach and before she knows it, they’re partying on the YMCMB yacht with Birdman and making out on a speed boat. Now that’s the life.
The Young Money-Cash Money camp was in the building on Monday’s “106 & Park.” While the all-star players were absent, Birdman and Mack Maine introduced the rest of the family including Shanell, DJ Khaled, Jay Sean, Jae Millz, Chris Richardson, and Lil Chuckee.
“We wanted to be diverse with our music as a brand,” said Baby. “We do a lot of rap, but we also gonna do pop, rock, reggae. We want to do everything to be honest.”
DJ Khaled revealed that the video for “Take It to the Head” cost $1 million and announced that his album Kiss the Ring will arrive August 21.
Shanell premiered her video for “So Good” and announced that her new mixtape Nobody’s Bitch is due in a couple weeks, while Jay Sean debuted the video for his new single “I’m All Yours” featuring Pitbull.
They were also joined by Kendrick Lamar and Ace Hood for a performance of “B Boyz.” The Compton MC confirmed that he and J. Cole are working on a collaborative album and Ace Hood is now signed to YMCMB/We the Best.
Just in time for summer, Jay Sean returns to the dance floor with “I’m All Yours,” the first single off his fourth album Worth It All, formerly titled Freeze Time. The Cash Money crooner connects with party starter Pitbull on the celebratory record.
“It’s gonna be a smash and I’m saying it right now because the video is insane,” Jay told Rap-Up TV. “We shot it in Miami—yachts, helicopters, speed boats, all of that good stuff.”
Jay Sean is betting big on his next record. The Cash Money crooner could barely contain his excitement while speaking about his Pitbull-assisted single “I’m All Yours,” set to drop in the next month.
“It’s gonna be a smash and I’m saying it right now because the video is insane,” he told Rap-Up TV at Cash Money’s pre-Grammy party in Hollywood. “We shot it in Miami—yachts, helicopters, speed boats, all of that good stuff.”
The song will appear on his upcoming fourth album, which he likened to his 2011 mixtape The Mistress.
“Half of the album is R&B. It’s slow jams,” he explained. “It’s the kind of stuff I’ve been dying to do, but never had the chance. But the way I looked at it, I’ve been 10 years in the game now, it’s about time that I can get a little sexy on this album.”
Fans of his dance floor-ready hits like “Down” won’t be disappointed though. “Of course I’m not gonna not give them the other side of me, which is the fun side of me—the party guy, the guy who just likes to enjoy himself.”
Alicia Keys was the belle of the ball at the 8th Annual Keep a Child Alive Black Ball at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Thursday evening (Nov. 3). The Grammy-winning songstress, who co-founded the non-profit organization, shimmered in a gold top, cream-colored blazer, and gold pointy-toe heels as she posed on the red carpet with her husband Swizz Beatz, who looked sharp in an all-black tux.
“I am overwhelmed by the kindness I witnessed last night at the eighth annual Black Ball NY,” said Keys, who raised over $3 million for children and families affected by HIV/AIDS in India and Africa. “I am forever grateful to all of our supporters whose generosity will provide AIDS treatment and care for so many in desperate need.”
Queen Latifah, Tyra Banks, Gayle King, Kerry Washington, Carmelo Anthony, and La La Vazquez were among the stars who dressed up to honor the spiritual, musical, and philanthropic legacy of the late George Harrison.
Guests were treated to performances by Usher, Norah Jones, will.i.am, Jay Sean, and more. The “Fallin’” singer joined Usher and Richie Sambora on The Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun” and closed the night by singing “I Gotta Feeling” with will.i.am, as her mother and brother danced onstage.
Jay Sean shows America a lesser seen side on his R&B-infused mixtape The Mistress featuring appearances from Lupe Fiasco (“Say Yeah”), Tyga (“Sex 101”), and Birdman (“Love”). The Cash Money crooner shares stories of lust, infidelity, and love triangles on the 15 sexy, edgy tracks produced Orange Factory Music.
“For me, it’s my new passion project,” the British singer told Rap-Up TV. “It’s a little nod to throwback R&B, the stuff that I grew up to. It’s just fun. It’s not going in there and over-thinking anything. It’s just doing some stuff that I wanted to do, perhaps doing some stuff that America hasn’t heard. It’s showing the other side of me. It’s my other love, my hidden love.”
Jay Sean kicks off his North American co-headlining tour with Joe Jonas tonight in Boston.