On “THE TRINITY,” Sean Paul delivers more of his groundbreaking, signature blend of reggae, dancehall, and hip-hop. Recorded entirely in Jamaica, the album finds Sean working with the hottest producers on the island’s dancehall circuit, including Steven “Lenky” Marsden, Don Corleone, Renaissance Crew, Snowcone, and others. As for the title, Sean notes that this is his third album, which has been three years in the making, and which was “all done right here in the Third World.”
With the release of his landmark debut VP/Atlantic album, “DUTTY ROCK,” in November 2002, Sean Paul spurred a musical transformation, bringing authentic Jamaican dancehall reggae from an underground phenomenon fully into the mainstream of popular music around the globe. As Sean rhymes on the new album, “We flip the switch and the game just change.”
Certified RIAA double platinum in the U.S., “DUTTY ROCK” has gone on to sell nearly six million copies worldwide. It hit the top ten on the Billboard 200, the top five on Billboard’s “Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums” chart, and spent a remarkable 75 weeks in the #1 spot on Billboard’s “Top Reggae Albums” chart.
“DUTTY ROCK” spawned a string of smash singles, including “Gimme The Light,” “Get Busy,” “Like Glue,” and “I’m Still In Love With You” (with Sasha). “Get Busy” became the first reggae single to take the #1 spot across the board on Billboard’s “Hot 100,” “Hot 100 Airplay,” and “Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles” charts, plus the national Rhythmic Top 40, CHR/Rhythmic, Urban, and Rap radio listings. In addition, Sean’s smash duet with Beyonc