Hot off the success of his international hit "Make My Love Go" ft Sean Paul, Jay Sean is back in full force with his new video for "Do You Love Me" which shines a light on social media addiction...
Jay Sean is back with a newbie called "Do You Love Me," a breezy Pop single with island sensibilities and radio appeal.
Following his Sean Paul-assisted single “Make My Love Go,” Jay Sean hops on the track produced by Rice N' Peas and J Remy for his remix to Rihanna’s “Work.”
The video is full of sun and fun as Jay woos a beautiful dancer at one of his block party performances, which gets going immediately as soon as he picks up the mic.
British singer/songwriter Jay Sean recruits Jamaican artist Sean Paul for "Make My Love Go," his first major release since his split from Cash Money and signing with Sony.
On the heartfelt record, the former Cash Money Records crooner lays out his painstaking mood when hurt, which sees him turning the catastrophic 'Jameson'
The accompanying music video seems to be a continuation of the previously released visual for "Tears in the Ocean," which sees the former Cash Money crooner hitting the beach to deliver his heartfelt lyrics
After chasing and achieving his pop dreams with the huge pop hit âDown,â Jay Sean is back to his R&B roots in the The Mistress II, the follow-up to 2011âs The Mistress. Now that heâs parted ways with Cash Money, heâs artistically free on the indie circuit with this project.
Jay Sean may have the huge pop hit in "Down," but his calling is R&B. This is ubiquitous on his latest offering, "All I Want," a song that sees him reaffirming his commitment to the love of his life.
Currently prepping his new mixtape, Mistress II, the follow-up to part 1, the soulful singer-songwriter drops a music video for the new emotional ballad, "Tears In The Ocean."