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Sean Paul hopes to work with Dancehall legends, happy with album success

Internationally acclaimed Dancehall superstar, Sean Paul has been thriving once more since the release of his fifth studio album, Tomahawk Technique this past January.

Despite facing criticisms from his Jamaican fans regarding the variety of sounds that the prominent deejay has experimented with on the compilation, Sean Paul has garnered top ten appeal for Tomahawk Technique across Europe while leading the Japanese iTunes charts with his latest effort. Additionally, the album’s third single, Hold On hails as one of the theme songs for Jamaican athletes ahead of this summer’s Olympic Games in London, England.

In a recent interview with Global Grind, Sean Paul opened up about why he branded his latest album with such a name and the inspiration behind it vast number of sounds.

“I call it Tomahawk Technique because I think it’s cutting-edge, as to what dancehall can offer to the world right now. I’ve been very successful with dancehall music and the production that I’ve had from Jamaica, throughout the world. At this point in time, I just feel the need to expand a little bit. The inspiration was to have dancehall produced by people who do not produce dancehall all the time—pop producers, R&B producers, dance music producers—and see how it would sound. I expand the sound, sounding a little bit more pop, a little more dance-oriented. That’s what is happening on this album right now. That was the focus, and that was what I was trying to achieve. I think I did! I think it sounds pretty cool, and I think people should like a couple of the songs on there. Pretty hot stuff!”  he said.

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