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with the help of A&R experts or the stimulating effects of champagne), but that only 'real" music--regardless of creative process or genre--will stand the test of time.
It was cool to be able to work stuff out with her right there.” Shortly after Sean Paul worked with Beyonce on “Baby Boy,” rumors started circulating that the two are dating.The estate of jazz musician Jimmy Smith filed the suit when the rapper opened 'Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2" with a 35-second sample from the song, 'Jimmy Smith Rap." U. The line for Smith's song goes, 'Jazz is the only real music that's gonna last.All that other bull- is here today and gone tomorrow.“She’s amazing, a focused person, very talented,” SP said [via IBTimes].“The first time I heard [Baby Boy] I was like: ‘Woah, it’s pretty dope’.But could there be another major collaboration in the works with Beyonce?
Speaking with AOL’s Build live-stream, Sean Paul opened up about working with Beyonce and what’s in store for him in the near future.
He debuted in the UK's Asian Underground scene as a member of the Rishi Rich Project with "Dance with You", which reached No. This led to him being signed to Virgin Records and having two UK top 10 hits as a solo artist in 2004: "Eyes On You" at No. They were included in his critically acclaimed debut album Me Against Myself which, He eventually left Virgin in 2006 and founded his own independent label, Jayded Records.
After a gap of nearly four years, he returned in 2008 with "Ride It", which reached No.
Sean has also been a featured artist on several hits including "What Happened to Us" by Australian singer Jessica Mauboy, which charted within the top 20 on the ARIA singles chart and certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. At age 11, he and his cousin Pritpal Rupra formed a hip hop duo named "Compulsive Disorder".
His stage name at the time was MC "Nicky J", with the "J" being derived from the first letter of his last name "Jhooti".
The dancehall icon has been one of the biggest comeback stories in music this year with a No.