Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques[1] OD (brought into the world 9 January 1973)[2] is a Jamaican dancehall rapper, artist and record maker.              sean paul

His singles “Get Going” and “Temperature” beat out everyone else in the United States, and the greater part of his collections have been selected for the Grammy’s Best Reggae Album, with Dutty Rock winning the honor. Sean Paul has likewise been highlighted in numerous different singles including outline clinchers “Infant Boy” by Beyoncé, “Shouldn’t something be said about Us” by The Saturdays, “Rockabye” by Clean Bandit, and “Quick fixes” by Sia.


1 Early life

2 Career

2.1 1994–2000: Stage One

2.2 2001–2004: Dutty Rock

2.3 2005–08: The Trinity

2.4 2009–10: Imperial Blaze

2.5 2011–12: Tomahawk Technique

2.6 2013–15: Full Frequency

2.7 2016–present: Mad Love the Prequel

3 Artistry

4 Personal life

5 Discography

6 Filmography

7 Awards and designations

7.1 Grammy Awards

7.2 Other honors

8 References

9 External connections

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