Grammy winning dancehall artiste Sean Paul, premiered the video for his Take It Low single at the CRU Bar and Kitchen on Thursday, July 2. Take it Low has been soaring high with heavy rotation across local and regional airwaves. The single is part of the international superstar's latest project, The Full Speed Riddim on his very own, Dutty Rock Label. The riddim also features songs by Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Ding Dong, Konshens, Cham, Mr. Vegas, Future Fambo and female sensations Denyque, Vanessa Bling and J Capri.
The video for the club banging single was shot at various locations across the island, including the Taboo nightclub in Montego Bay, Palisadoes and The original JBC studio. The video includes great visuals and strong choreography which highlights the energy that runs through the single.
"We really wanted the video to capture the essence of the song and the Full Speed Riddim overall. The project is an energetic production so I am happy with the video because it really brings across that fast paced, fell good vibe in a visual way. I think the video can really be enjoyed as much as the single," said Sean Paul.
The Full Speed Riddim has been getting great rotation on the local and regional airwaves and gaining traction internationally with a recently wrapped Full Speed Riddim promo tour of the greater NY area with Latin sensation DJ Mad. The Take It Low video is the second video to be released from the project, as singer Denyque previously released the video for her single Ring The Alarm.
The Full Speed Riddim is currently available for purchase on iTunes and fans can get a preview of the blazing tracks by tuning into the Youtube mix which was done by Shaun 'Copper Shaun, Anderson.
International dancehall star Sean Paul now has his sights set on a busy summer. The dynamic deejay will be performing in Bimini, Bahamas on and will venture to Europe for a series of shows and an extended stay in Japan from .
Sean Paul released a riveting video for his up tempo Take It Low single off the Full Speed Riddim on Thursday, July 2 at the CRU Bar and Kitchen. The premier was well supported with the likes of Supa Hype, Quaig from Voicemail, Suku of Ward 21, Raine Seville, Denyque, Future Fambo and a host of other entertainers and industry insiders present to share in the moment.