Sean Paul has worked with a slew of local and international female artistes however one person is yet to make the cut.
The Grammy Award-winning entertainer who has recorded hit singles with Beyonce, Rihanna, Keyshia Cole, Lady Saw, Little Mix, Blu Cantrell, Sasha, Estelle and Ce’Cile, recently shared that Alicia Keys is the person he would most like to collaborate with on a song in the future.
“I’ve always wanted to work with Alicia Keys,” Sean Paul told Gulf News. “I think she has an amazing voice. Always been a fan of hers.” The R&B singer in the past worked with Dancehall deejay Cham in 2006 for “Ghetto Story.”
Dutty Paul released his seventh studio album titled “Mad Love: the Prequel” earlier this year. The project is supported by the singles “No Lie”, “Tek Weh Yuh Heart”, “Body”, “Mad Love” and “Tip Pon It”, and was released by SJP Productions and Island Records.
The collection features guest appearances from Jhené Aiko, Ellie Goulding, David Guetta, Becky G, Major Lazer, Stefflon Don, Migos, Tory Lanez, and Dua Lipa.
“All of them are pretty dope. All my songs are like my babies so I can’t pick just one. That’s for the fans to do, I think,” SP said while speaking about the EP. “Tweet me and tell me what your favourite one is.The artistes you chose, from Dua Lipa to Migos to David Guetta, all work across different genres. Tell us a little bit about that creative decision. I do dancehall reggae music, so I like to spread it across the world. I feel like that’s my responsibility. I’m an ambassador for music and I don’t see barriers in music. Good music is good music. Mad Love EP was subtitled ‘The Prequel’, so obviously there will be a sequel or two… Look for the first one early next year.”