In his brief interview, Sean Paul noted that even though he has visited over 110 countries on five continents, he is still excited about touring and wishes to pay a visit to China. China is the most populous country on earth and boasts a very rich cultural heritage; a heritage well known toJamaicans like Sean Paul.
China is a likely stop for Sean Paul who recently topped the UK charts on the remix for What About Us by British pop sensation, The Saturdays. The collaboration "naturally fell into place," Sean explained. He was familiar with The Saturdays' hit single Issues and instantly liked the new track.
What About US is the first number one single for the group, "So congrats to them," Sean chanted. The Jamaican born toaster is no stranger to the UKchart. The current track marks his 22nd entry; a testimony to the remarkable career of the reggae/dancehall superstar.
His career continues with an unprecedented fifth studio album for a majorUS label by a Jamaican artiste. Sean juggled touring and recording obligations to finish the set with the lead single due in May. Fans need not wait for the album to cop new tracks from the eclectic deejay. Jamaica based singles Badda With Them and Every Time are in rotation right now.Other Side of Love and Entertainment are slated for international release by the end of April while the music video for the collaboration with Beenie Man titled Greatest Galis is set to hit screens of all kinds very soon.