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Sean Paul featured Stonebwoy, Buju Banton, demanding Signal, Mavado on his ‘Live N Livin’ album.

Live N Livin one of two albums from the multi-award-winning dancehall star, Sean Paul, contribution a collaboration over resistance undertone, that showcases unity in Dancehall has officially been on Mar. 12, 2021. The cassette skin texture a diverse limit of famous talents, as well as veterans like Buju Banton, active Signal, Mavado, and more or less younger cohort of artistes.

 

The seventh studio scrap book moreover boasts of non-Jamaican appearance. Multi-award unbeatable Ghanaian reggae & dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy is the single guest artist who is a non-Jamaican city dweller to be featured on the album. Sean Paul recruited the Ghanaian heavyweight’s vocal talent on the remix of his song ‘Guns of Navarone’ which plus facial appearance Jesse noble and Mutabaruka.

 

The stamp album was inspired by the perception of members of the music productiveness that dancehall is dead, instead Sean Paul believes dancehall is busy and well, with a stalwart pulse. Looking to agricultural show the planet that dancehall is boom and calm down birthing stars, Live N Livin showcase over twenty artists on one majority of work, Reggaeville.com reported

 

Live N Livin is executively created by Sean Paul’s label Dutty Rock Productions and disseminated by ONErpm. tributary scrap book.

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