Posts tagged "Dutty Rock"

WATCH THIS: Sean Paul “Back It Up Deh” Official Music Video PREMIERE

WATCH THIS: Sean Paul "Back It Up Deh" Official Music Video PREMIERE

Peep SP’s IGTV Interview With Reshma B

As the first—and only—dancehall artist to appear on the cover of VIBE magazine, Sean Paul has been making history and breaking down musical barriers throughout his career. The Grammy-winning hitmaker has collaborated with some of the biggest stars in urban music, from Beyoncé and Rihanna to DMX and Busta Rhymes, but his come-up was driven by raw uncut dancehall straight off the streets of Jamaica. After more than 20 years in the game, Sean is still going strong, dropping his dutty flow alongside the likes of Stefflon Don, Jhene Aiko, and Dua Lipa. But he’s not just the go-to for a hot yardstyle 16, he’s also an accomplished producer. Sean’s Dutty Rock Productions label has released riddims like “Rope,” “Gang Gang,” “No Caption,” and “Callaloo.” Today VIBE premieres Sean’s latest production, “Back It Up Deh,” a song that pays tribute to the dancehall queens who bust moves when the riddim drops. “I used to want to go to see what the ladies was wearing,” Sean Paul recalled in an exclusive interview with Reshma B. “It was just very sensual outfitting. And then the dancing, it was so free. That’s what I really loved about the culture as a kid. You got involved.” Although street dances are on pause during these quarantine times, Sean’s latest release, and the high-energy video might just have you backing it up while you shelter in place. Video After The Jump… Read more »

WATCH THIS: Sean Paul “Press It Up”

New Single From Imperial Blaze Is All About Dutty Dancing

Sean Paul’s latest video just dropped and this one’s all about the fatulous buffulous eye candy on display… Read more »

WATCH THIS: Sean Paul & Estelle “Come Over” LIVE

Estelle Nices Up Sean Paul’s Imperial Blaze Release Party in NYC

The biggest dancehall star on the planet celebrated the release of his fourth album Imperial Blaze last night with a sold-out show at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. Read more »

WATCH THIS: Reasoning with Sean Paul

The Dutty Don speaks about his latest album, Imperial Blaze.

Another Boomshots.com Xclusive. Sean Paul on artists fighting against artists: “This little sticks and stones shit with music,” says the multiplatinum, chart-topping, Grammy-winning DJ. “I don’t cater for it.” Read more »