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.
The song has a dancehall influence from Sean Paul and is infused with pop elements. You may also notice the Maxi Priest “Close To You” reference throughout.
This isn’t the first time Jay and Sean collabed; in 2010, these two collaborated on “Do You Remember.” Be on the lookout for the video coming soon.
Jay tweeted this pic with the caption below:
“On set with my bro Sean Paul @duttypaul for my new single “Make My Love Go” feat the man himself. U already know how we did damage with Do You Remember ..we bout to make history again! Brrraaaap! #welooklikebrothersfareal #jayseanpaul”
Nowadays, Jay is sitting comfortable: reportedly he received a $1 million payout from his former label Cash Money in back royalties.
Purchase “Make My Love Go” when it arrives tomorrow on iTunes.