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Interview with Sean Paul: Jamaican Pride, Dance Crazes

Interview with Sean Paul: Jamaican Pride, Dance Crazes Growing up in a family of athletes in Jamaica, Sean Paul played water polo before leaving the sport to pursue his dreams of becoming a musician. With a little luck and a lot of hard work, that plan worked out for the reggae artist, and by 2002 he had his first big hit with "Gimme the Light." In this video, WatchMojo.com sits down with Sean Paul to chat about touring in Asia and Europe versus North America, his Jamaican culture and the next big dance craze, the national pride he feels thanks to Jamaican Olympians like Usain Bolt, and he even gives us some news about his incarcerated friend Busy Signal. For more information, click Here.

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