Sean Paul Speaks on Being Jamaican and One Somewhat Taboo Sexual Practice
International dancehall deejay Sean Paul was recently interviewed on the American syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club.
During the interview, the chart topping, Grammy award winning artiste spoke on a diverse array of topics.
The oftentimes mischievous hosts also questioned the entertainer about his new music, his ‘Jamaican-ness’, a long time rumour regarding Beyonce and Jay Z and a sexual practice that is still somewhat taboo in Jamaica.
Sean Paul to date has scored twelve Top 10 hits in the UK and recently earned his third number one on the UK Pop charts with British electronic group Clean Bandit’s Rockabye, which also features singer Ann Marie.
See the interview below:
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