Sean Paul hasn't exactly slid right into a vacationing Jay-Z's shoes as the new Clyde to Beyoncé's Bonnie, but he is the man who occupies her thoughts in the new video for "Baby Boy."
"It's a crazy shoot where I happen to be this dude, and she's dreaming about me with some other girls around me," he began to explain recently. "You don't see no faces, but you see me in the middle of flesh. They're grinding up on me, it's that kind of vibe. It's dark as far as the lighting, [and we're] in a crazy house in Miami. It has all different kinds of rooms — a Japanese room, a old English style room. Then [Beyoncé] is underneath these tree roots. It's real good looking. The performances me and her gave were hot."
Sean's been giving fans ample time to see one of his sweltering concert routines this summer, traveling back and forth from the U.S. to his motherland of Jamaica, most notably rolling with the Rock the Mic tour. He said that after finishing his show commitments in the States, he'll head back to Jamaica to finish his next LP.
Paul already has some new records out over there that may or may not make their way onto his album. "I've done a lot of songs in Jamaica in the beginning of this year. There's gonna be a few more done in September in Jamaica," explained Paul, who is going to spend the whole month recording. "I intend to hit the streets with that hot sh--."
"Baby Boy" was shot on August 7 and 8 in Miami and airs this week.