Platinum selling artiste and dancehall ambassador Sean Paul is in the groove for the summer. This is evident in the release of the video for Major Lazer’s Come On To Me project that features hooks and verses from the Grammy Award winning artiste.
The Come On To Me video directed by Ruben Fleisher and released on Thursday, May 22 on Vevo is a fusion of moombahton and dancehall sounds. The video features dancing geishas as well as a visual of the skilfully elegant drumming that lends its sound to an Asian dancehall, pop, EDM fusion.
Come On To Me is the lead single on Major Lazer’s Apocalypse Soon EP released in February. According to Pitchfork a music webzine Sean Paul has been successful in maintaining his vocal skill.
“Come On to Me is anchored by a vintage performance from none other than Sean Paul, whose thick-tongued patois and ability to navigate a hook remains intact even a decade removed from his Dutty Rock heyday,” according to Pitchfork.
The artiste who is busy on the road promoting his Full Frequency album is gearing up for his Reggae Sumfest appearance on Saturday, July 19. The artiste used his social media pages to let his fans in Jamaica and worldwide know that he will be performing on the festival after a decade of absence.