9 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For over two decades, superstars have tapped Sean Paul to add dancehall flavour to their songs. On Mad Love: The Prequel, the Jamaican sing-jay turns the tables, inviting stars to rock with him. He assembles an impressive lineup of features spanning electronic (Major Lazer, David Guetta), pop (Ellie Goulding, Stefflon Don, Dua Lipa), and R&B (Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko). Whether flipping syllables with Migos (“Body”) or crafting a ballad with Lanez (“Tek Weh Yuh Heart”), Paul never strays too far from his Kingston roots. His trusty patois is an all-terrain vehicle, riding the riddims with style and finesse.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For over two decades, superstars have tapped Sean Paul to add dancehall flavour to their songs. On Mad Love: The Prequel, the Jamaican sing-jay turns the tables, inviting stars to rock with him. He assembles an impressive lineup of features spanning electronic (Major Lazer, David Guetta), pop (Ellie Goulding, Stefflon Don, Dua Lipa), and R&B (Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko). Whether flipping syllables with Migos (“Body”) or crafting a ballad with Lanez (“Tek Weh Yuh Heart”), Paul never strays too far from his Kingston roots. His trusty patois is an all-terrain vehicle, riding the riddims with style and finesse.

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