On the heels of releasing ‘Shot And Wine’ with Stefflon Don, dancehall act Sean Paul is looking to place on the market another collaboration with an international artiste, this time with British singer Rita Ora.
The collab is titled ‘Call On Me’.
According to Sean Paul, in an interview with Loop News reporter Job Nelson, while ‘Shot And Wine’, which was released on January 18, is a party song, ‘Call On Me’ will be of more substance.
“’Shot And Wine’ is a party vibes song as we want people to party. ‘Call On Me’ is a meaningful song. It is about family and calling on the people who you can depend on," he said, adding “Those will be my new releases for 2019 and then I will drop the album afterward, in the summer."
It is the second collaboration between Sean Paul and Rita Ora, following their project with Wizkid for ‘Freaky Girls’, which was released early last year.
According to Sean Paul, things are still being fine-tuned for the release of his album, which is still without a title.
Sean Paul, the winner of the 2004 Grammy Awards for Dutty Rock, said, “we are still working on the album and sometimes it switches up and sometimes certain tunes get old and we drop them off or release them on single and go again.
“So we are putting together a thing same way, and we have hundreds of work put together,” he said.
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