Music video for Sean Paul, Gwen Stefani, Shenseea collab out today – Artistes to ‘Light A Fire’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight


International chart-topper Sean Paul unveils a new music video today 13 July for his latest single, Light My Fire, featuring global pop icon Gwen Stefani and Shenseea.

Sean Paul and Stefani will perform the single tonight on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!  at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.

Serving as the focus track for Sean Paul’s latest LP, ScorchaLight My Fire fuses the talent of three international superstars.

Light My Fire is already primed to be another reggae smash, but support from the Quinn Wilson-directed music video makes it that much more likely.

The video is a nostalgic, orange-tinged house party hosted by the three artistes, with visuals which are warm and inviting.

” Light My Fire is an epic dream come through,” Sean Paul said. “I’ve been a fan of Gwen Stefani forever and Shenseea … . I am so proud of all she’s accomplished in such a short time. Light My Fire is a big, bad lovers’ rock song, and we had to represent it with a big, bad video. We went retro on the attire in the video and basically getting ready to party and some lovers rocking. It’s a vibe we hope everyone gets when they listen to the track, feel good and party lovers’ rock style.”

Sheensea added, “I feel honoured to be tapped by two legends for this collaboration, the whole process was exciting and collaborative. [I] can’t wait for our fans to enjoy the video!”

Currently, Sean Paul is on a headline European tour. This fall, he is set to embark on a run of tour dates across the US with Pitbull on his ‘Can’t Stop Us Now’ tour.

Throughout his career, Sean Paul has carved a niche for himself while championing dancehall as being an artiste with a unique sound, look and passion.

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