Jamaican dancehall artist Sean Paul released his new album Full Frequency yesterday (Tuesday). The album is Sean’s sixth studio album and it features collaborations from 2 Chainz, Nicki Minaj, Juicy J and many more. According to Sean Paul’s press team:
“Full Frequency features a mixture of musical genres with singles boasting a fusion of musical sounds, to include his native dancehall, reggae, R&B and bachata to name a few. Full Frequency is already creating a rave in the music industry through the singles, Riot, Want Dem All, Entertainment 2.0 and all time favorite Other Side Of Love.
“With over 15 years in the business Sean Paul has been a significant force in spreading Dancehall music worldwide through his music and the blending of genres through collaborations with international artistes. Sean Paul is not intensely particular about his collaborations but allows the chemistry of personalities to guide the way. ‘I don’t necessarily go out searching to work with certain artistes. I like dope people and I like to work with people that want to work with me. With 2 Chainz I went to the studio but ended up playing basketball with him. It was pretty cool, just a natural and organic link. It just worked’ said Sean.”
Sean Paul has been one of the most successful dancehall artists in recent history, and one of the best-selling Jamaican artists of all time. And although a few critics try to use his mainstream success against him, Sean Paul is the ultimate ambassador for dancehall culture and has represented Jamaica well across the world.
The first single from the Full Frequency album, “Other Side Of Love” was released in September and has been getting major airplay on radio stations across the world. The uptempo dance-pop track went No. 1 on charts in France, Belgium and the United Kingdom.
The Sean Paul Full Frequency is in stores and can be downloaded here.