Grammy award winner and internationally acclaimed artist, Sean Paul recently made an appearance on ‘The Breakfast Club’ where he spoke of his new album “Scorcha”.

He also spoke on the anniversary of his second album ‘Dutty Rock’, the Grammys, and the possibility of a verzuz battle amongst others. After taking a two-year hiatus from touring, Sean Paul updated that he is scheduled for several performances across the US and Europe. For this transition, he expressed that he anticipates the upcoming performances, however, he wants to tour the US more, seeing that this is the territory that propelled his career the most.

“Dutty Rock” as stated by Sean Paul was one of his biggest albums to date, in which he sold six million copies in the first year. This album won the Reggae Grammy in 2004 and featured some of his biggest songs such as ‘Gimme the Light’ and ‘Shake’, that is still widely streamed today. In the pipeline, is the release of Sean Paul’s eighth studio album called “Scorcha” on May 27, 2022. But, when asked by the hosts about how he moves from one successful album to another when people are constantly looking out for something better, the ‘No Lie’ entertainer responded that it is all about maintaining oneself.