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Sean Paul

Origin : Jamaica
Instrument :
Styles : Reggae

Sean Paul : discography

Sean Paul - Imperial Blaze album cover Album : Imperial Blaze
Year : 2009
Sean Paul - The Trinity album cover Album : The Trinity
Year : 2005
Sean Paul - We Be Burnin' album cover Album : We Be Burnin'
Year : 2005
Sean Paul - Dutty Rock album cover Album : Dutty Rock
Year : 2003
Sean Paul - Get Busy album cover Album : Get Busy
Year : 2003
Sean Paul - Gimme the Light album cover Album : Gimme the Light
Year : 2003
Sean Paul - Stage One album cover Album : Stage One
Year : 2000

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As Usain Bolt prepares to bow out of athletics, musician and fellow Jamaican Sean Paul describes the first time he met him.
Source : | 2017-08-02 21:16:16.0
On a humid Friday night in Manhattan, Sean Paul’s “Temperature” can be heard blasting on an East Village street every time a...
Source : | 2017-06-27 22:11:54.0
The dancehall stars share a new video for their summer anthem.
Source : | 2017-06-23 19:10:20.0
The TOWIE star is smitten with the Cambridge beauty after his pop music packed afternoon over the weekend, watching Little Mix and Sean Paul at Wembley Arena.
Source : | 2017-06-14 00:50:06.0
[Ghana Star] It's another week and we've got a new set of songs for you to add to your playlist. This week's episode of Fresh Cuts has songs by E. L, Burna Boy, Gucci Mane, Chris Brown, Sean Paul, and AKA.
Source : AllAfrica | 2017-05-12 14:52:16.0
Miami appears to be Migos' favorite hotspot. After taking over South Beach with Sean Paul in the "Body" video, the Atlanta trio returns...
Source : | 2017-05-04 23:59:05.0
Migos keeps winning. Fresh off their collaborations with Katy Perry (“Bon Appétit”) and Sean Paul (“Body”), the Atlanta trio touches down with their championship anthem “11 Birds,” created in collaboration with Champs Sports and Under Armour. Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset kick it in the studio for the song’s visual, while showing off UA sneakers. Meanwhile,... Read More
Source : | 2017-05-01 21:52:39.0
The nearly-four-minute clip features the Jamaican rapper and the hip-hop group having fun in beach-set carnival with sexy models.
Source : | 2017-04-29 06:13:18.0
Summertime is on the horizon for all of us on the East Coast. We can practically taste the cookout food and daquiris drawing nearer. Down in...
Source : | 2017-04-28 23:09:31.0
Sean Paul wastes no time. Immediately succeeding his Migos-assisted single “Body,” the Jamaican crooner hits the streets of Miami for the infectious song’s music video. Backed by South Beach’s colorful Art Deco architecture, Sean, Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff have some fun in the sun. In between scenes, SP has a blast on a jet ski... Read More
Source : | 2017-04-28 20:55:22.0
The four artists connect for an epic beachside party in the DAPS-directed clip.
Source : | 2017-04-28 16:41:25.0
Still booming off his work with Tory Lanez, Sean Paul gets ready for the summer with Migos on the dance-ready banger “Body.” Not to be confused with his 2012 single of the same name, this “Body” finds Dutty Paul singing about taking his lady out to sea. “Girl, let me take you ‘pon an evening... Read More
Source : | 2017-04-28 01:00:05.0
The Atlanta trio and the international dancehall star were filming the video for “Body” in Miami on Tuesday.
Source : | 2017-04-05 16:15:11.0

It all started with an innocent picture taken of Meryl Streep cheering on Debbie Reynolds at the 2015 SAG Awards. Little did Streep know, that photo would resurface two years later and be turned into a meme of her yelling the lyrics to your favorite songs.

Here she is singing the notorious “Mulan” song.

Here she is stealing Whitney Houston’s spotlight.

Here she is singing-a-long to the Spongebob Squarepants theme song.

Here she is unleashing her inner Rihanna.

Here she is singing the most well known verse to Jim Jones’ “We Fly High.”

Here she is giving Drake a run for his money.

Here is she singing A$AP Ferg’s “Work” remix.

Here she is getting 2 Chainz’s lyrics down to the T.

Here she is perfectly deciphering Sean Paul’s “Gimme the Light.”

Here she is singing the chorus to the Killers’ “Mr. Brightside.”

Source : | 2017-03-20 22:29:16.0
After linking with Sean Paul in “Tek Weh Yuh Heart,” Tory Lanez provides another fix in the gritty video for his drug dealers’ anthem “DopeMan Go” off his mixtape The New Toronto II. Rocking a black fur coat and holding a Hennessy in his hand, the Grammy-nominated crooner smokes a joint while posted on the... Read More
Source : | 2017-03-08 20:57:17.0
Sean Paul and Tory Lanez get in sync once again in the video for their island-flavored collaboration “Tek Weh Yuh Heart.” Directed by Stash Box Productions and Karena Evans, the dance-ready single’s visual is fun and sensual. Lounging by the pool with beautiful ladies caressing them, Dutty Paul and Swavey watch as synchronized swimmers put... Read More
Source : | 2017-03-01 21:14:45.0
Singer Sean Paul's life is about to get busy.
Source : | 2017-02-28 14:31:51.0
Sean Paul became a dad for the first time. The hip hop artist took to his Instagram page on Sunday to announce that he and his wife Jodi 'Jinx' Stewart Henriques welcomed their first child.
Source : | 2017-02-28 06:19:11.0
H-O-V is headlining the V Festival. Along with Pink, Jay Z has top billing at this year’s Virgin-organized event, which is set to take place Saturday (Aug. 19) at Hylands Parks and Sunday (Aug. 20) at Weston Park. The festival will also feature performances by Craig David, Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, Dizzee Rascal,... Read More
Source : | 2017-02-27 21:05:11.0
Kaya Fest, an all-day musical event, will take place April 22 in Miami at Bayfront Park Amphitheater. The headliners are The Marleys: Ziggy, Damian, Stephen, Ky Mani with special guest Miss Lauryn Hill. Also performing are Sean Paul, Wycleff Jean, Inner Circle, Jo Mersa Marley, Skip Marley, Shacia Payne, and more to be announced. In … Continue reading The Marley Brothers to Perform Together at Kaya Fest in Miami →
Source : | 2017-02-21 12:55:58.0
Welcome to the new episode of the Pop Shop Podcast, Billboard's weekly audio breakdown of the Billboard charts, hottest music news...
Source : | 2017-02-15 04:08:21.0

While a select few of us are anticipating a romantic night out this Valentine’s Day, most of us can be found glued to our computer screens, endlessly watching aww-worthy music videos, set to love songs that star the most unlikely of celeb pairings — as one does the day after Galentine’s Day.

Oh, is that just us? Let’s change that, stat, with these 12 music videos that are guaranteed to leave you bopping/humming/lip-syncing for the rest of the week.

‘I Don’t Want to Live Forever’ – Taylor Swift & Zayn Malik

Because it’s totally normal to collaborate on a love song with your BFF’s bae, right?

‘All I Have’ – Jennifer Lopez ft. LL Cool J

Please note J.Lo’s frosted lip and dramatic eye makeup.

‘Baby Boy’ – Beyoncé ft. Sean Paul

Come for the infectious beat, stay for Queen Bey’s abs.

‘I’m Your Angel’ – Céline Dion ft. R. Kelly

We’re confused, but totally into this 1998 duet.

‘Go Ahead and Break My Heart’ – Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton

The 2016 performance, which gave us a glimpse into Stefani and Shelton’s budding romance, put the stars’ undeniable chemistry on the forefront.

‘Love Sex Magic’ – Ciara ft. Justin Timberlake

Is it getting hot in here or is it just the duo’s steamy on-screen dynamic?

‘No Air’ – Jordin Sparks ft. Chris Brown

Throwing it back to much simpler times when Brown was still fairly new to the music industry and Sparks was our ultimate girl crush (oh wait, that last part is still true.)

‘Knock You Down’ – Keri Hilson ft. Kanye West and Ne-Yo

Because we dream of the day we get to recite West’s line to bae: “We were never meant to be, baby, we just happened.”

‘Over and Over’ – Nelly ft. Tim McGraw

We’d listen to a full album collab, TBH.

‘Dilemma’ – Nelly ft. Kelly Rowland

There’s no such thing as rounding up the most standout love songs and not including Nelly for a second time.

‘My Boo’ – Usher ft. Alicia Keys

Be still, our hearts. Be still.

‘What’s Luv?’ – Fat Joe ft. Ashanti

We’d be lying if we said this wasn’t our go-to karaoke song.

Source : | 2017-02-13 23:52:38.0

We’ve heard this song before, and so has Beyonce.

Seven years after she lost the Album of the Year Grammy to Taylor Swift, and two years after she lost it to Beck, Queen Bey lost once again to a white artist, with her album “Lemonade” beaten for the top prize by Adele’s “25.”

And Adele herself, a generous and passionate artist, used a chunk of her acceptance speech to praise Beyonce and talk about how “Lemonade” was “so monumental, so beautiful and soul-baring.”

It’s the same old tune for Grammy voters, who once again have bypassed a hip-hop-inflected album in favor of something poppier and, well, whiter.

Also Read: Grammys 2017: The Complete List of Winners

In addition to serving up memories of Beyonce’s two previous shots at the Album of the Year award, the result brought to mind last year’s Grammys, when Taylor Swift’s “1989” beat Kendrick Lamar’s landmark “To Pimp a Butterfly” and preserved the Grammys’ dubious record of ignoring hip-hop in its marquee category except for OutKast in 2004 and Lauryn Hill in 1999.

At a time when even the Oscars are being celebrated for the diversity of their choices, the message sent by the Grammy voters is a troubling one, the undeniable quality of Adele’s marvelous album notwithstanding.

The British singer shouldn’t have to apologize for winning the three biggest Grammys — album, record and song of the year — but she did, and that reflects a nagging problem that the Grammys can’t shake.

Also Read: Grammys: A Tribe Called Quest and Busta Rhymes Diss 'President Agent Orange' in Tribute to Refugees

In a way, analyzing what the Grammy Award winners mean is almost beside the point. Is anybody going to remember that Twenty One Pilots won the award for Best Pop/Duo Group Performance, or that they beat the Chainsmokers, Rihanna featuring Drake and Sia (featuring Sean Paul) in that category? Or are they going to remember that they took off their pants before coming onto the Staples Center stage?

The pants. That’s what we’ll remember, if we even remember that Twenty One Pilots were at the Grammys.

And we’ll remember Beyonce’s baby bump, Katy Perry’s acid-trip intro to the U.S. Constitution and Lady Gaga’s headbusting (if technically troublesome) collaboration with Metallica. And, of course, A Tribe Called Quest and anderson.paak’s politically charged performance, with its angry shout-outs to “President Agent Orange.”

This show is about Grammy Moments (TM), not awards, which the Recording Academy admits by handing out 75 percent of the 84 categories off the air and cramming the show with performances instead of envelope-openings.

Also Read: Review: Beyonce Rules Grammys as Queen Mother, Peerless Performer

But that doesn’t mean that we don’t have a few things to say about what was inside those envelopes. Yes, it’s nice that voters gave five deserved Grammys to the late David Bowie’s swan song, “Blackstar,” a year after the pop star’s death. And it’s ridiculous that they gave a grand total of one Grammy to Bowie’s first 24 albums. (And that was for a video.)

It’s good that the net cast by the Grammys is inclusive enough to encompass Willie Nelson singing George Gershwin, Pentatonix doing Dolly Parton, jazz guitarist John Scofield’s new spin on Hank Williams, Sarah Janosz’s nuanced modern folk, William Bell’s fresh take on ’60s soul, Yo-Yo Ma’s genre-hopping experiments with the Silk Road Ensemble, composer Michael Daugherty’s concerto inspired by Ernest Hemingway and a new recording of Shostakovich symphonies written under an earlier regime of Russian totalitarianism, “Shostakovich Under Stalin’s Shadow.”

Also Read: Grammys: Katy Perry Channels Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren in Performance

And it’s also encouraging that a couple of those folks managed to make their way onto the Grammys show, along with all the big names trying their best to give us those Grammy Moments.

But in the end, this particular show does come down to the winners — specifically, to one beautiful and gifted woman standing on the stage apologizing to another beautiful and gifted woman sitting in the audience.

And it comes down to an old song that doesn’t sound any better as it’s repeated year after year.

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Source : | 2017-02-13 06:12:20.0

It’s bedtime for Music’s Biggest Night.

Sunday night’s Grammys gave us humor, memorable performances, and, since this is Hollywood, a number of political statements. More directly, the show gave a lot of trophies to the likes of Adele and Chance The Rapper, among other top artists. David Bowie posthumously swept each of the five Grammy categories in which he was nominated.

Below are the results of a busy (and lengthy) evening.

Also Read: Grammys 2017: Red Carpet Arrivals (Photos)

Here are the nominees, with winners in bold:

Album Of The Year
25 — Adele *WINNER

Lemonade — Beyoncé
Purpose — Justin Bieber
Views — Drake
A Sailor’s Guide To Earth — Sturgill Simpson

Record Of The Year
“Hello” — Adele *WINNER

“Formation” — Beyoncé
“7 Years” — Lukas Graham
“Work” — Rihanna Featuring Drake
“Stressed Out” — Twenty One Pilots

Also Read: Katy Perry Throws Shade at Britney Spears at Grammys: 'I Haven't Shaved My Head Yet'

Song Of The Year
“Formation” — Khalif Brown, Asheton Hogan, Beyoncé Knowles & Michael L. Williams II, songwriters (Beyoncé)
“Hello” — Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele) *WINNER
“I Took A Pill In Ibiza” — Mike Posner, songwriter (Mike Posner)
“Love Yourself” — Justin Bieber, Benjamin Levin & Ed Sheeran, songwriters (Justin Bieber)
“7 Years” — Lukas Forchhammer, Stefan Forrest, Morten Pilegaard & Morten Ristorp, songwriters (Lukas Graham)

Best Rap Album
Coloring Book — Chance The Rapper *WINNER
And the Anonymous Nobody — De La Soul
Major Key — DJ Khaled
Views — Drake
Blank Face LP — ScHoolboy Q
The Life of Pablo — Kanye West

Best Urban Contemporary Album
Lemonade — Beyoncé *WINNER

Ology — Gallant
We Are King — KING
Malibu — Anderson .Paak
Anti — Rihanna

Also Read: Somebody Edited Golden Grammys Ceelo Into Trump Tower Photos

Best Country Solo Performance
“Love Can Go To Hell” — Brandy Clark
“Vice” — Miranda Lambert
“My Church” — Maren Morris *WINNER
“Church Bells” — Carrie Underwood
“Blue Ain’t Your Color” — Keith Urban

Best Rock Song
“Blackstar” — David Bowie *WINNER
“Burn the Witch” — Radiohead
“Hardwired” — Metallica
“Heathens” — Twenty One Pilots
“My Name Is Human” — Highly Suspect

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
“Stressed Out” — Twenty One Pilots *WINNER
“Closer” — The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey
“7 Years” — Lukas Graham
“Work” — Rihanna featuring Drake
“Cheap Thrills” — Sia featuring Sean Paul

Also Read: Fans Blown Away by Beyonce's Golden-Goddess Grammy Performance

Best New Artist
Kelsea Ballerini
The Chainsmokers
Chance The Rapper *WINNER
Maren Morris
Anderson .Paak

Best Pop Vocal Album
25 — Adele *WINNER

Purpose — Justin Bieber
Dangerous Woman — Ariana Grande
Confident — Demi Lovato
This Is Acting — Sia

Best Rock Album
California — Blink-182
Tell Me I’m Pretty — Cage The Elephant *WINNER
Magma — Gojira
Death Of A Bachelor — Panic! At The Disco
Weezer — Weezer

Also Read: Lady Gaga Silences Fat-Shaming Trolls With Smokin' Look at Grammys

Best Rap Performance
“No Problem” — Chance The Rapper Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz *WINNER

“Panda” -Desiigner
“Pop Style” — Drake Featuring The Throne
“All The Way Up” — Fat Joe & Remy Ma Featuring French Montana & Infared
“That Part” — ScHoolboy Q Featuring Kanye West

Best Jazz Vocal Album
Sound Of Red — René Marie
Upward Spiral — Branford Marsalis Quartet With Special Guest Kurt Elling
Take Me To The Alley — Gregory Porter *WINNER
Harlem On My Mind — Catherine Russell
The Sting Variations — The Tierney Sutton Band

Best Gospel Album
Listen -Tim Bowman Jr.
Fill This House — Shirley Caesar
A Worshipper’s Heart [Live] -Todd Dulaney
Losing My Religion — Kirk Franklin *WINNER
Demonstrate [Live] -William Murphy

Also Read: Grammys: Twenty One Pilots Try To Make No-Pants The New Underboob

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
Poets & Saints — All Sons & Daughters
American Prodigal — Crowder
Be One — Natalie Grant
Youth Revival [Live] — Hillsong Young & Free
Love Remains — Hillary Scott & The Scott Family *WINNER

Best American Roots Performance
“Ain’t No Man” — The Avett Brothers
“Mother’s Children Have A Hard Time” — Blind Boys Of Alabama
“Factory Girl” — Rhiannon Giddens
“House Of Mercy” — Sarah Jarosz *WINNER
“Wreck You” — Lori McKenna

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling)
The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo — Amy Schumer
In Such Good Company: Eleven Years Of Laughter, Mayhem, And Fun In The Sandbox — Carol Burnett *WINNER
M Train — Patti Smith
Under The Big Black Sun: A Personal History Of L.A.Punk (John Doe With Tom DeSavia) — (Various
Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink — Elvis Costello

Also Read: Someone Please Explain to Us What Mike Posner is Doing at The Grammys (Video)

Best Song Written For Visual Media
“Can’t Stop The Feeling!” — Max Martin, Shellback &Justin Timberlake, songwriters (Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Zooey Deschanel, Walt Dohrn, Ron Funches, Caroline Hjelt, Aino Jawo, Christopher Mintz-Plasse & Kunal Nayyar), Track from: Trolls *WINNER

“Heathens” — Tyler Joseph, songwriter (Twenty One Pilots), Track from: Suicide Squad
“Just Like Fire” — Oscar Holter, Max Martin, P!nk & Shellback, songwriters (P!nk), Track from: Alice Through The Looking Glass
“Purple Lamborghini” — Shamann Cooke, Sonny Moore & William Roberts, songwriters (Skrillex & Rick Ross), Track from: Suicide Squad
“Try Everything” — Mikkel S. Eriksen, Sia Furler & Tor Erik Hermansen, songwriters (Shakira), Track from: Zootopia
“The Veil” — Peter Gabriel, songwriter (Peter Gabriel), Track from: Snowden

Best Music Video
“Formation” — Beyoncé *WINNER

“River” — Leon Bridges
“Up & Up” — Coldplay
“Gosh” — Jamie XX
“Upside Down & Inside Out” — OK Go

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical
Benny Blanco
Greg Kurstin *WINNER
Max Martin
Ricky Reed

Also Read: Adele Re-Starts Shaky George Michael Tribute: 'I Can't F-- This Up For Him'

The complete list of nominations can be found at the Grammys website.

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Source : | 2017-02-13 01:36:38.0
Clean Bandit rises 2-1 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Feb. 18) with "Rockabye," featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie...
Source : | 2017-02-10 00:17:05.0

Conor Maynard and The Vamps just got together for the most epic sing-off to Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You,” and we can’t stop replaying the video. 

Their remix of Sheeran’s hit features lines from all your pop favorites like Shawn Mendes’ “Mercy” and Sia’s “Cheap Thrills.” They even threw in some epic throwbacks like TLC’s “No Scrubs,” Beyoncé’s “Baby Boy,” and Sean Paul’s “Temperature.”

 Witness the epic singing battle and let us know who you think won.

Honestly, we think it’s a tie.

Our favorite part is at 2:19 when Brad Simpson sings Conor Maynard’s “Are You Sure?” and then Maynard reciprocates with The Vamps’ “All Night.”

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Source : | 2017-02-06 23:08:05.0
So many mirrors.
Source : | 2017-01-10 17:23:22.0
Clean Bandit’s "Rockabye" (EastWest/Warner), featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, extends its unbroken streak atop Australia...
Source : | 2017-01-10 11:58:06.0
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Source : | 2017-01-09 14:00:10.0
With no changes atop the U.K. charts, Clean Bandit's “Rockabye” (Atlantic/Warner), featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, is the No. 1...
Source : | 2017-01-06 21:10:06.0
London rapper Dis gives the classic a new flavor.
Source : | 2017-01-02 23:13:29.0
Hot off an R. Kelly remix for the Justin Bieber-led “Let Me Love You,” DJ Snake taps Sean Paul for yet another revamp. The club banger’s island flavor is perfect for the Kingston crooner, who seasons the track with his own take on the Bieber smash. “I keep putting my all in,” sings Paul. “I... Read More
Source : | 2016-12-22 17:51:02.0
Sean Paul’s comeback continues.
Source : | 2016-12-22 15:09:01.0
Dancehall star Sean Paul on topping the charts, becoming a father and living next door to Usain Bolt.
Source : | 2016-12-07 01:53:30.0