Sean Paul joins forces with Kelly Rowland in the video for “How Deep Is Your Love,” the latest single off his new album Tomahawk Technique. The “Motivation” singer fires up the screen with red hair and yellow heels, while the reggae star performs on a rooftop.
“She just made the whole video look sexy,” said Sean Paul during his appearance on “106 & Park.”
Sean Paul reports to the dance floor with the video for his electro-meets-dancehall record “Touch the Sky,” produced by DJ Ammo. The reggae superstar and his dancers light up the screen with some electrifying moves in the energetic clip. Get down to the riddim.
Pitbull adds some international flavor to Sean Paul’s single “She Doesn’t Mind” off the dancehall star’s album Tomahawk Technique, which is available now overseas. Mr. Worldwide name checks Rick Ross and invades Carnaval, India, and Malaysia on his globe-trotting verse. “Got the game wide open like a woman in labor,” raps Pit. Listen to their Caribbean connection.
Kelly Rowland moves to the reggae rhythms of Sean Paul on “How Deep Is Your Love.” Produced by Stargate and penned by Ester Dean, the breezy cut appears on the dancehall star’s new album Tomahawk Technique, which will be released internationally on January 30.
“It’s similar to ‘Got 2 Luv U’ with Alexis Jordan,” Sean told Rap-Up TV. “It’s definitely a dancehall track.”
Sean Paul perseveres on the uplifting anthem “Hold On,” the third international single from his upcoming album Tomahawk Technique, due overseas on January 30. “Although the road is long, we still hold on/ We carry on, we still stay strong/ Today is long but tomorrow will come,” sings the dancehall star over the pounding beat. Keep the dream alive.
Sean Paul is going international with his fifth album Tomahawk Technique. The Mohawk-sporting dancehall star will release the project in France, Belgium, and Switzerland on January 27, followed by Germany and Austria on February 10, and the U.K. and Ireland on March 12. A U.S. date will be announced soon.
The 12 tracks feature contributions from Akon, Ester Dean, DJ Ammo, and Benny Blanco, along with Kelly Rowland on the Stargate-produced “How Deep Is Your Love” and Alexis Jordan on the first single “Got 2 Luv U.”
“I’m trying to bridge the gap, broaden my artistry,” Sean told Rap-Up TV. “I’m asking [the producers] to try and make dancehall from their perspective. So it’s sounding more international than dancehall.”
Sean Paul sexes up TSA in the video for “She Doesn’t Mind,” the second single from his forthcoming album. The dancehall star sends his female partner-in-crime through security, where she is frisked by a female attendant, but neither seems to mind. Meanwhile, he waits in the airport as the female flight attendants cater to his needs.
“The main concept of the video is that we’ve all been through security, we all know it starts to feel a little personal perhaps when they start patting you down and doing that whole thing,” explained director Evan Winter. “We decided to take it a little ways extra and make it so that we get a little sexy with going through security.”
You’ll never look at airport security the same way.
Sean Paul is taking his dancehall sound international with his new album. The Jamaican superstar spoke with Rap-Up TV about returning to music with help from Akon, Stargate, DJ Ammo, Benny Blanco, and Kelly Rowland, who appears on the cut “How Deep.” “It’s similar to ‘Got 2 Luv U’ with Alexis Jordan,” said Sean of the Stargate-produced, Ester Dean-penned tune. “It’s definitely a dancehall track.”
The Mohawk-sporting singer has collaborated with some of music’s biggest female stars including Beyoncé, Keyshia Cole, and Eve, but he considers his most memorable collaboration to be Rihanna, who he worked with on “Break It Off” from 2006’s A Girl Like Me. During her visit to Jamaica, Sean took the Barbados beauty to check out the beaches and nightlife. “We spent a couple days just chilling out. I took her to the Bob Marley museum, which is something she always wanted to do,” he shared.
Sean has been keeping up with the latest in music and names Wiz Khalifa, Roscoe Dash, and Nicki Minaj among his favorites. “The things she talks about [are] never boring to me. She’s really doing her thing. I’m proud of her,” he said of the Young Money diva. “I think she’s one of the best rappers right now.”
The fifth album from Sean Paul is due next year featuring the singles “Got 2 Luv U” and “She Doesn’t Mind.”