Sean Paul Goes All Out for 2014!


Sean Paul has made his mark on the world through hard work and determination, earning him the accolade of Multi-Platinum Grammy award winning, international superstar. The artiste has given no indication of slowing down, with projects already steadily flowing through the pipeline for 2014.

Jamaican superstar Sean Paul has his mark in two projects set for release in February 2014. Full Frequency, Sean Paul’s sixth studio album is set for release on Tuesday, February 18, 2014. The album includes his hits songs Other Side of Love and Riot featuring Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, among others that have been hitting the airways, the ears of listeners and Sean Paul fans worldwide. Full Frequency follows up the album Tomahawk Technique, which reintroduced the artiste with a new style and sound–while still delivering a smooth, dancehall flow.

Additionally, Sean Paul will be featured on Major Lazer’s Electronic DJ Project, which is also scheduled for release in February on iTunes.This project features his fellow Jamaican artistes RDX and Elephant Man.

Costa Rica is anticipating the performance of Sean Paul at the Palmars Festival, a cantonal celebration in the province of Alajuena. Sean Paul will perform at the grand finale of the festival at a free concert to be held on January 26. The festival expects more than 1/5 of the country to attend, and more than half of these attendees are expected  to turn up because of the Jamaican superstar.


In 2013, Sean Paul released three videos from his Full Frequency album and is gearing up to release more for 2014. The Full Frequency album will be available for purchase on iTunes on February 18, but pre-order now for instant receipt of the hit single Riot!

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