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Album Review

Jay Sean first broken onto the R&B scene in late 2004 with his debut album Me Against Myself although he had previously been the featured artist on a couple of tracks by the Rishi Rich Project. He had certainly smartened up his image since the cover shot of the debut. Gone were the jeans, hooded top and unshaven look, to be replaced by a smart suit — conveying a more business-like approach — although the one aspect that he retained was the snarling "don't mess with me" pose. He also retained much of the musical quality that unfortunately did not distinguish him and mark him out as special in an overcrowded market. He had been billed as one of the first major British Asians to cross over into the mainstream R&B market, but rather than play on any aspect of this, My Own Way was a slick, polished, highly produced R&B album in the style of Timbaland, Usher, R. Kelly, or dare one even say, Jay Sean had not moved on from the very beginning of the millennium and the style of Craig David, indeed on many of the tracks including the opening single release "Ride It," "All or Nothing," "Waiting," and the final track "Easy as 123," one can imagine fitting easily on David's Born to Do It album. But throughout My Own Way there was the same bump 'n grind beat associated with R. Kelly, Usher, and Timbaland, and the same lyrics about going to clubs, meeting girls and the problems that follow. Perhaps it was the production of J Remy and Duro who had worked with similar artists previously, but Jay Sean's individual identity struggled to come across and one fears that he will have to impose a little more of his own personality on the next project if there is to be any longevity in his career. [High Note's 2008 Asian Exclusive edition featured one bonus track.]

Customer Reviews

Rave Review

Jay Sean is an underestimated artist. The album has a great mix of tracks , some upbeat and some slower and all adds up to a perfect album. I listen to it over and over and it doesn't get old. Great work Jay :)

Great Tracks Jay!

Really great tracks you got there jay Favourites.... Maybe Tonight and Ride it alot and great album art too


i dont really like these songs but i like the songs: Down (feat. Lil Wayne) and Written On Her,Written On Her is by Birdman but it features Jay Sean. These songs i like and the United States iTunes store have already have them.. so get them!


Born: 26 March 1981 in Hounslow, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British R&B singer/songwriter Jay Sean is notable for being one of the first British-Asian crossover stars and for his international popularity -- partly the result of five consecutive Top 40 singles in America. Born Kamaljit Singh Jhooti on March 26, 1981, in the London borough of Hounslow, he began rapping at age 11 and eventually switched to R&B music, in part because of his Indian heritage, which made it difficult for him to break into the British rap scene. Sean was signed in 2003 by 2Point9,...
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