Sean Paul Speaks On Reggae Influence In Mainstream Music

Posted by , Nov 21, 2016 at 01:48pm

Sean Paul chops it up with The Breakfast Club.


Sean Paul was a guest on The Breakfast Club this morning, which kicked off with some light trollwork from Charlamagne. The Breakfast Club trio attempt to dispel a rumor that was apparently started by Charlamagne, with Sean Paul confirming he's Jamaican-born, not the Bronx. 

From there, Sean Paul speaks on maintaining relevance as a reggae artist, and of course, touches on the dancehall influence that's slowly but surely become adopted by the mainstream powers that be. The Jamaican artist speaks on collaborating with Tory Lanez, as well as Drake trying out the sound-- and he confirms he doesn't feel any type of way about it, as long as the appropriate people are getting their due respect. 

Check out the full interview above.

Sean Paul chops it up with The Breakfast Club.

Sean Paul was a guest on The Breakfast Club this morning, which kicked off with some light trollwork from Charlamagne. The Breakfast Club trio attempt to dispel a rumor that was apparently started by Charlamagne, with Sean Paul confirming he's Jamaican-born, not the Bronx. 

From there, Sean Paul speaks on maintaining relevance as a reggae artist, and of course, touches on the dancehall influence that's slowly but surely become adopted by the mainstream powers that be. The Jamaican artist speaks on collaborating with Tory Lanez, as well as Drake trying out the sound-- and he confirms he doesn't feel any type of way about it, as long as the appropriate people are getting their due respect. 

Check out the full interview above.

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