Sean Paul: The Evolution

Don't miss Sean Paul tonight on 106 & Park!

Sean Paul Is on 106 & Park Tonight! - When it comes to one of the kings of reggae and dancehall, one name that always comes to mind is Sean Paul.   If you're down with dutty rock and want to learn more about his new album, Tomahawk Technique, tune into 106 & Park tonight to hear from Sean Paul himself.  (Photo: VP Records)

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Sean Paul Is on 106 & Park Tonight! - When it comes to one of the kings of reggae and dancehall, one name that always comes to mind is Sean Paul.  If you're down with dutty rock and want to learn more about his new album, Tomahawk Technique, tune into 106 & Park tonight to hear from Sean Paul himself. (Photo: VP Records)

Stage One - Long before Sean Paul had worldwide success and platinum albums, he started to create a buzz with his debut album, Stage One.  (Photo: VP Records)

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Stage One - Long before Sean Paul had worldwide success and platinum albums, he started to create a buzz with his debut album, Stage One. (Photo: VP Records)

Prince of Jamaica - Sean Paul is a native of Jamaica, but besides having Jamaican roots, he is also of Chinese, Portugese and English descent.(Photo: Peter Kramer/Getty Images)

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Prince of Jamaica - Sean Paul is a native of Jamaica, but besides having Jamaican roots, he is also of Chinese, Portugese and English descent.(Photo: Peter Kramer/Getty Images)

Dutty Rock - Dutty Rock is Sean Paul's Grammy Award-winning album that spawned "Gimme the Light," "Like Glue" and "Get Busy." Talk about club bangers!  (Photo: VP Records)

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Dutty Rock - Dutty Rock is Sean Paul's Grammy Award-winning album that spawned "Gimme the Light," "Like Glue" and "Get Busy." Talk about club bangers! (Photo: VP Records)

All About the Grammy - Sean Paul led the dancehall craze in the mid-2000s due in most part to Dutty Rock. If it wasn't a game changer it wouldn't have won a Grammy. (Photo: REUTERS/Mike Blake /Landov)

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All About the Grammy - Sean Paul led the dancehall craze in the mid-2000s due in most part to Dutty Rock. If it wasn't a game changer it wouldn't have won a Grammy. (Photo: REUTERS/Mike Blake /Landov)

The Trinity - Sean Paul's third album is appropriately titled The Trinity. The Trinity had grooves "Temperature," "Give It Up to Me" featuring Keyshia Cole, and "We Be Burnin'."  (Photo: Atlantic Records)

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The Trinity - Sean Paul's third album is appropriately titled The Trinity. The Trinity had grooves "Temperature," "Give It Up to Me" featuring Keyshia Cole, and "We Be Burnin'." (Photo: Atlantic Records)

Sean Paul  - Sean Paul's latest hit disc, Tomahawk Technique, snags him a nod for Best Caribbean Performance.   (Photo: Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

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The Big Chop - After years of donning cornrows, Sean Paul chopped them off. Not a bad look at all!(Photo: Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

Imperial Blaze - "So Fine," "Give It to You" featuring Eve, and "Watch Them Roll" made Imperial Blaze straight fire!  (Photo: Atlantic Records)

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Imperial Blaze - "So Fine," "Give It to You" featuring Eve, and "Watch Them Roll" made Imperial Blaze straight fire! (Photo: Atlantic Records)

Back Like He Never Left - It's 2012 and the king of dancehall is back and better than ever. Sean Paul is so dope that it's like he never left the scene though.(Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images for MTV)

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Back Like He Never Left - It's 2012 and the king of dancehall is back and better than ever. Sean Paul is so dope that it's like he never left the scene though.(Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images for MTV)