After the chart-topping success of his last two albums, Dutty Rock and The Trinity, pop-reggae star Sean Paul is going back to his street roots. On the remix to his street single Serious (Gun Dem Bark), the original beat and reggae collaborator (Busy Signal) are maintained, but Busta Rhymes (non-reggae, but of Jamaican heritage) jumps on board. Consider Busta’s low-toned verse the calm before the storm as the power and energy of classic Busta eventually shine through. Mix it all together, and that’s some Serious-ly pulsing power for the dancehalls!
Written by Burmy on 02/13/08
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"Give It To You ft. Sean Paul" (2007)
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