He... got the adlibs right?
Sean Paul is here to stay.
I whisked off the dancehall star to a hotel bar to chat about Nirvana, French kissing, and finding out you're dead.
The Jamaican artist talks about pop music's appropriation of the genre in a new interview.
Imagine competing with artists in your country and then having to factor an entire industry willing to poach aspects of your identity.
We also interviewed a guy who looks like Sean Paul but is sadly not Sean Paul.
Sorry art snobs, James Turrell had nothing to do with this.
Pretty much any Sean P verse contained at least a couple lines that were laugh-out-loud funny, and a couple more that sounded like clever tongue-twisters, lifted straight out the gutter.
We talked with the Dancehall star about his childhood spent on the Jamaican Water Polo team, his cameo in 'Belly,' and his global approach to his home country's music.