Kingston, Jamaica;Grammy Award winning, Jamaican artiste Sean Paul releases new single Mad Love with American singer/actress Becky G on a dance track produced by David Guetta. This, only days after his I’m Sancitify single with Dancehall artiste Mavado and his self produced Spin It on the Duttyrock Production’s Rope Riddim.
“I work with vibe, so for any collaboration I do, once there is a great vibe between myself and that artiste, just drop a good rhythm and it’s all a breeze after that,” offers Sean Paul who shares that it was no different working with Becky G and David Guetta. “Werk we a werk” the artiste shared in a caption to a flirtatious photo of himself and Becky G on his @duttypaul Instagram page, giving fans high hopes for a video release soon.
In the new Mad Love track released last Friday, February 16, Sean Paul keeps it smooth with some sexy, edgy lyrics in a Dancehall style while showing off his rhythmic versatility, slowing down on the beat and pumping up the tempo just the right way, to keep stadiums, clubs and fans in their own company, dancing; in true Sean Paul tradition.
With three major stars on the single, the traction since the release of Mad Love is on an streaming spiral with over 2.6Million views on Youtube alone. French DJ, songwriter, record producer and remixer David Guetta hit international fame in 2009 when he released his One Love album with hits like When Love Takes Over featuring Kelly Rowland and has since maintained his relevance with hits such as Titanium, featuring Sia, Without You, featuring Usher and Turn me on, featuring Nicki Minaj. Becky G has also been growing as a brand since her 2014 hits Cant Stop Dancin’ and Shower. The American singer/ actress has also collaborated with forces such as Pitbull and Will.i.am.
Multi-platinum award winning Sean Paul is back at his Kingston home from a well executed and jampacked VH1 Supersonic in Pune, India, held Saturday, February 11, after Universal, Florida’s Mardi Gras on Saturday, February 3.
Fans can see Sean Paul next at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday, March 22.