Sean Paul’s ‘She Doesn’t Mind’

12 Apr

Since his début in 2000 with ‘Stage One‘, Sean Paul has been spicing up the R&B scene with his exotic Jamaican heritage; providing summer anthems and dance-club classics world-wide. Twelve years on and Sean Paul is still writing and producing as he released  ‘Tomahawk Technique‘ this March. ‘She Doesn’t Mind‘ is the second single to released from the album, and it appears to have no trouble gaining attention as it débuted at number two in the charts, and there it has remained stubborn since its release giving the UK sound waves an international flavour.

The overall sound of the track pretty much conforms to the typical style that relates to the artist; there is nothing new about it really, but that does not mean it is a terrible piece of writing. The Jamaican sound is welcome because of it’s bright character that reflects the hope of a scorching Summer that should be just around the corner (despite the dull and cold weather). It is definitely a dance-floor filler with its catchy reggae rhythm and the infectious hip-hop beats that bounce about the track. Paul’s vocals add an international depth that provides an exotic atmosphere proving attractive and colourful; making it a single that stands out on the heavily pop-orientated chart. The repetitive chorus only enforces the infectious nature, putting it forward as a potential party anthem. The tropical backdrop of the track emphasises the subject matter that is most sexual; distracting listeners with dreams of escaping the dreary land of England and having a pretty good time somewhere hot and spicy.

Probably a release that came too early, but it is definitely a track that will find a home on the summer soundtracks of the young and restless. Tropical, catchy and sexy; a strong summer sound that is bound to get hips moving and hearts racing. Check it out below!

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2 Responses to “Sean Paul’s ‘She Doesn’t Mind’”

  1. inspchin April 12, 2012 at 12:17 pm #

    Actually listening to this one now!

    • Kacela April 12, 2012 at 12:19 pm #

      Remember to turn it down if you make a phone call again 😉

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