Sean Paul is one of the most successful crossover Dancehall musicians, and he did so without resorting to clash culture.
“However, none of us, Shaggy, Koffee, Konshens, Charlie Black, Gyptian, or Serani, clashed. And we’re all putting out incredible figures. When asked about his opinions on Clash Culture being the cornerstone of dancehall and propelling the genre forwards, the iconic performer answered, “I would beg to disagree that clashing actually moved the whole genre someplace.”
“I’m not sure I agree. I agree that it is holding us back at this time. It made us powerful emcees because I had to be ready if somebody came looking for me,” he added.
Sean Paul made headlines earlier this year after stating that JAY-Z was envious of his duet with Beyonce on “Baby Boy.”
However, in an interview with Two Bees TV, the Dutty Rock singer corrected his views.
“There were some strange occurrences that occurred when we were meant to perform the song, so maybe it started rumors, and they took it and ran with it.”
“What I was saying was that there was the MTV Awards in Europe, and the Pro Tools started skipping when we were on stage in front of millions of people,” he continued.
It was strange. That is something I had never heard of before. You have to program it in Pro Tools since it doesn’t skip.”
Despite the fact that Sean Paul was unable to perform with Beyonce, he did not blame her husband and extended the couple his best wishes.
“I believe the two of them are talented and dedicated, and I have no objection to their clearing it up on your end.”