“The song became number one for nine odd weeks or something like that and the controversy – it was a crazy time in my career,” the dancehall icon said. “So up to now, I still [perform] the song, it’s a huge song for me and her and I just thank her for having me.” Sean Said.
Speaking with AOL’s Build live-stream, he opened about working with Beyonce and what’s in store for him in the near future. “She’s amazing, a focused person, very talented,” he said “The first time I heard [Baby Boy] I was like: ‘Woah, it’s pretty dope’. I did my part and she called me to go to Miami to record another part. It was cool to be able to work stuff out with her right there.”
Despite haven’t seen Beyonce in a while, Sean is hoping that the two can work together again. “I would love to [work with her again]. I haven’t seen her in a minute. I’ll try [and contact her via direct message].” He told IBT.
Sean Paul is enjoying a successful year based on chart history in the United Kingdom, Sean Paul has surpassed Bob Marley to become the most successful Jamaican artiste. He recently earned his third number one with British electronic group Clean Bandit’s Rockabye, which also features singer Ann Marie.