How do you put an exclamation point an illustrious, trend-setting career in the music industry? Easy – by doing the same thing that got you there in the first place. Sean Paul, half of the creative hip-hop force known as YoungBloodz, is back with the new anthem “Brang Back Out the Lac” from his upcoming solo album “Cadillac Music.”
"Brang Back Out The Lac" is vintage Sean Paul mixed with the YoungBloodz sound fans have been waiting to hear again. And its the original southern slang Sean P, that keeps his legend and name in the Atl music scene relevant and fresh. As a member of the legendary duo YoungBloodz, Sean Paul and longtime collaborator J-Bo were pioneers in the Atlanta hip-hop scene and changed music as we know it with their signature Crunk vibe. Their debut album, 1999’s “Against Da Grain” on LaFace Records put them on the map with hits like “U-Way,” “Shakem’ Off” and “’85” – which incidentally featured none other than Outkast’s Big Boi.
It all set the stage for 2003’s “Drankin’ Patnaz.” The duo’s sophomore effort featured the Lil Jon-produced; Grammy-nominated single “Damn.” The track would peak at No. 4 on Billboard’s Hot 100. Then, 2005’s “Ev’rybody Know Me” left its own mark on hip-hop with singles like “Datz Me” featuring Young Buck, “Chop Chop”, Produced By Scott Storch, and the hard-hitting track “Presidential” also Produced by Lil Jon. Sean Paul’s unmatched career has included appearances with artists like Cherish (“Do It To It”), Sammie (You Should Be My Girl), Lil Jon (“Snap Ya Fingas”), Lil Scrappy, Twista, Dj Khaled, T-Pain, E-40 and many more.
Now Sean Paul is gearing up for his solo EP release "Back To The Streets" dropping Spring and his long awaited solo album "Cadillac Music" arriving 9/13.