Kingston, Jamaica; Jamaican- based, recording artist, Sean Paul, persists as a standard bearer for Jamaican music internationally.
This week, Sean Paul’s Cheap Thrills collaboration with Australian pop-singer Sia has reached #5 on the Billboard US chart having spent 21 weeks on the chart, thus far. Having peaked at number one and spent two consecutive weeks in the position, the track is now at #2 on the Billboard Canada Hot 100 music chart.
With his Temperature and Get Busy tracks having topped the Billboard charts in 2006 and 2003, respectively, Sean Paul is no foreigner to the charts and his success continues to reign after almost twenty years in the music industry.
The multi-platinum artiste had singles Temperature and Get Busy topping the Billboard charts in 2006 and 2003, respectively. Sean Paul even made history in the Billboard records in 2014 when the Bailando collaboration with Enrique Iglesias secured the longest run on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.
US-based Fader magazine has been celebrating Sean Paul all this week on its online platform www.thefader.com. The award-winning music and lifestyle publication decided to pay “homage to the dancehall star turned global pop icon”. One issue from the week’s series speaks to Sean Paul’s successes with collaborations and quite befitting as his recent Hair collaboration with all-girl group Little Mix, has also been doing well. Among others, so is the Jay Sean collaboration Make my Love go.
The artiste’s Outta Control tour made stops in Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands with its first leg culminating in Enghien, France.
Sean Paul’s Tornado, Trumpets, and Wine it, have been receiving positive feedback worldwide in 2016 and his latest LUV remix with Tory Lanez projects good response from his worldwide fan base.