The album, to be released in November, sees Sean Paul collaborating with artistes that add a mixture of genres, complimenting the dynamism of the artiste. The album for Sean represents longevity.
"It is difficult to stay inspired. "I am grateful that I am still inspired to do music and being noticed at the current level that I am," Sean said in an interview with Factory78.
Check out some of the musical genres featured on Full Frequency:
Juicy J, 2 Chain (American Rappers) and Nicki Minaj (Trini-American rapper) collaborate on Sean Paul's single, Entertainment. Bringing Hip-Hop into the mix with their rapping styles, they chant rhyming lyrics that is often associated with Reggae.
Jamaican Reggae Superstar Damian 'Jr. Gong' Marley can be heard on Sean Paul's single Riot. Sean's dancehall vibe and Damian's strong Reggae crooning mixed with beats of Electronic Dance Music and Hip-Hop create a fusion that instantly captures the interests of listeners. Reggae originates in Jamaica, the birth country of both artistes in the late 1960s. Reggae evolved out of the earlier genres Ska and Rocksteady.
Electronic Dance music or Dance/Club music is a fast tempo rhythm that boasts a mix of percussive electronic music produced mainly for dance based entertainment such as night club settings, commonly used by DJs to create a segue or mix. Australian singer, Iggy Azalea who Sean Paul says, is "fresh in the business but has a good vibe," collaborates with Sean Paul with single Wickedest Style on his upcoming Full Frequency album.
American latin crooner, Prince Royce affixes his smooth romantic vocals to the dynamic mix of singles featured on Full Frequency. With single Dangerous Ground American singer Prince Royce adds the genre of Bachata to the array of eclectic music. Bachata is an Afro-Latino genre of music that originated in The Dominica Republic in the early 20th century that spread to Latin America and Mediterranean Europe that usually portrays romantic and heartbreak music.
Nyla (Jamaican songstress) formerly of Brick and Lace is featured on a raunchy number, Porn Star. The single showcases Sean Paul's Dancehall rhymes blended with Nyla's R&B style to form an interesting blend of genres that produces a striking fusion. R& B with its smooth affluent style of vocal arrangement combines elements of Rhythm and Blues, Pop, Soul, Funk and Hip-Hop styles originating after the decline of disco.
Sean Paul's primary musical style, Dancehall originated in the late 1960s and portrays a faster rhythm than Reggae. This came about from dance sessions (Parties) held in the clubs of Jamaica. Konshens (Jamaican sing J) and Sean Paul on their hard hitting single reverberate the fact that they Want Dem All.