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|5. Ever Blazin'|
|6. Eye Deh A Mi Knee|
|7. Give It Up To Me|
|8. Yardie Bone|
|9. Never Gonna Be The Same|
|10. I'll Take You There|
|13. Head To Toe|
|15. Straight Up|
|16. All On Me|
|17. Change The Game|
|18. The Trinity|
Sean Paul is back with his 3rd album, The Trinity. Along with its spiritual reference, The Trinity also refers to Sean's signature mixture of the three elements of dancehall, hip hop and reggae. Atlantic. 2005.
Just try to sit still during the first few tracks on dancehall-reggae star Sean Paul's third album, The Trinity. It's a nearly impossible feat, and you're in need of a serious scolding if tracks "Head in the Zone," "We Be Burnin'," "Send It On" and "Ever Blazin" don't make your toes tingle. Paul introduced a worldwide audience to the dancehall scene via his explosive 2002 album, Dutty Rock, and he scored bigger pop creds via bouncy duets with Beyonce and Sasha. The Trinity refines Paul's pop sheen while still staying true to his Jamaican roots. Beats squish and slide seductively, tempered by staccato rhythms and Paul's self-assured, sexy delivery. Things take a serious turn halfway through The Trinity, specifically during "Never Gonna Be the Same." The sweet, sad song is a wistful ode to Paul's friend and mentor, Daddigon, along with several other lost loved ones. "Temperature" raises the heat, sister-duo Nina Sky pops up on "Connection," and Beyonce sound-alike Tami Chynn contributes airy vocals to "All On Me." But even with the help, the album's second half fails to match the ferocious intensity of the first few tracks. Program your player to repeat The Trinity's first five or six flavorful tracks and get busy, indeed. --Joey Guerra
Top Customer Reviews
What makes this album stand out from Dutty Rock and Stage One,
is sean's devotion to dis album. That fact is intensified in songs such as "we be burnin'" and "head in the zone". Another song: "eye deh a mi knee" is a great song to play in both clubs and parties. Another factor that is recognized (or should be anyway....) is that paul also shows that he can take a break from all the dancehall beats and show a softer side. In the song "never gonna be the same" paul sings about all the people that were close to him that he lost, and how we should never forget those close to us that have left us.
Some of the tracks that appeal to me are "Temperature, Head in the zone, We be burning, Ever Blazing, Yardie Bone, Never gonna be the same, Breakout, and Connection."
He also has a bonus track which is pretty deep that I love. Sean Paul overall made his mark again with this third LP. He has evolved and progressed in his sound for sure keeping the subject matter pretty much the same except for a few conscious and personal tracks here and there. You will enjoy this CD and don't be surprise that it will end up staying on rotation on your CD player for a good set......get it!