New song by sean paul

New Song By Sean Paul With Gwen Stefani & Shensea

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Sean Paul knows how to tease his fans, especially any time she is about to drop a new album or song. So what’s new, The Jamaican superstar new song is almost ready. Though he just previews what it looks like.

A new song by Sean Paul was teased and taking a deep look at it, it is a chorus from the upcoming single and it also has the voice of Stefani.

Confirming what he shared online, Sean Paul new song with Gwen Stefani & Shensea “Light My Fire.” He teased it so comfortable in letting his fans know there is a new collaboration coming along with Gwen Stefani and Shensea with a big title Light My Fire.

This is what he shared which has been making most fans think his collaboration with Stefani and Shensea will be a hot one. “Big chune. @shenseea @gwenstefani #LightMyFire.”

The new song in question continues to get more possibility of getting released online Paul confirmed it “No it ain’t about smoking,” Sean Paul joked but added, “but it’s a smoking track. Dope Dope track, we’re shooting the video soon and we’re just trying to get everybody’s schedule together soon,” he said in a recent interview.

Well, it’s all good and if the is featuring the two noted artists, then it also means that Sean paul’s upcoming album Scorcher is doing this pretty job.

Scorcher is an upcoming album from Sean Paul and from the look of things, the album will feature a slew of women. Sia on a track named “Dynamite,” as well as dancehall artist Jada Kingdom, Swedish singer Tove Lo and other artists like Ty Dolla Sign on “Only Fanz” are among the tracklist

Any new song by sean Paul always has its way of getting notoriety before it get released online.

Sean Paul is working harder to make sure a Jamaican artist wins by collaborating with him. His Live N Livin album was what he was thinking to give him another stand as the Reggae album but didn’t.

“My look on it bro is who God bless no man curse so even if they got the blessing through some crazy means, that’s the blessing for them and we just got to come harder,” Sean Paul said. “It would have been nice if a Jamaican to me, if Jesse won I feel like I won because I work closely with him, he’s on this album… If I won he woulda win, if Spice win, me would feel like I was involved in that process.”

“Would have loved to see a Jamaican take it but our music is getting bigger, the expression is getting more broad, there [are] different people from different places wana do it and it’s such a close unit that we have in Jamaica we have many different types of music- reggae and dancehall and all kinda in-between,” he said.