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Album: Imperial Blaze

Artist: Sean Paul

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the wor

Tracklist For Imperial Blaze By Artist Sean Paul

Title Artist Time
1
Intro: Chi Ching Ching Sean Paul 0:50 USD 1.29
2
Lace It Sean Paul 2:51 USD 1.29
3
So Fine Sean Paul 3:31 USD 1.29
4
Now That I've Got Your Love Sean Paul 3:33 USD 1.29
5
Birthday Suit Sean Paul 3:25 USD 1.29
6
Press It Up Sean Paul 3:43 USD 1.29
7
Evening Ride Sean Paul 3:56 USD 1.29
8
Hold My Hand (I'll Be There) [ Sean Paul 3:24 USD 1.29
9
She Want Me Sean Paul 3:05 USD 1.29
10
Daddy's Home Sean Paul 3:30 USD 1.29
11
Bruk Out Sean Paul 3:24 USD 1.29
12
Pepperpot Sean Paul 3:50 USD 1.29
13
Wine Baby Wine Sean Paul 3:04 USD 1.29
14
Running Out of Time Sean Paul 3:21 USD 1.29
15
Don't Tease Me Sean Paul 3:19 USD 1.29
16
Lately Sean Paul 3:06 USD 1.29
17
She Wanna Be Down Sean Paul 3:37 USD 1.29
18
Straight from My Heart Sean Paul 4:03 USD 1.29
19
Private Party Sean Paul 3:34 USD 1.29
20
I Know U Like It Sean Paul 3:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For Imperial Blaze By Artist Sean Paul

  • Awesome!!!!!!

    4
    By AKfan93
    I'm not sure why this album hasn't got much attention. It is very, VERY GOOD. It is definitely better than the Trinity. And it's definitely competition for Dutty Rock. My favorites are She Want Me, Now That I Got Your Love, Press It Up, Running Out of Time, Lately, and Hold My Hand. Straight From My Heart, Pepperpot, and Hold My Hand are different from the rest of the songs. They are less of club banger songs and more meaningful. They are all very good songs. You will not be disappointed if you buy this album.
  • Yo people write good reviews

    3
    By gemmmmmmma
    I thought of buying this album, but there were no good reviews as in they didnt say anything. so i bought it and here's what ive got to say intro - forget about it Lace it. - 3/5 I thought it was a pretty good song, though if you listen to the whole album the song structure is kind of repetitive So Fine - 5/5 the best song in the whole album very catchy, fast beated. No that i've got your love - 3/5 not the best song, kind of boring Birthday Suit - 2.75/5 i really didn't like it. kind of slow, but if you like slow dancehall... Press it up - 3.75/5 good song but not that great Evening Ride - 4.35/5 i really liked it... it doesnt say explict so im not sure abt the lyrics Hold my hand - 4/5 pretty good keri hilson adds an interesting twist to it she want me - good 4.5/5 daddy's home - yea. 2/5. poor Bruk out - 3/5 not that great. wierd. Pepperpot - 4.5/5 i liked it alot, kinda beachy feeling Wine baby wine - 3/5 kinda of the songs that it is very repetitive Running out of time - 3/5 he kind of raps in this,uhhhhh yea Don't tease me - 3.75/5 average pretty good Lately - 3/5, okay i got reaaalllly bored she wanna be down - 2/5 stupid straight from my heart - 2.45/5 sean paul isnt the best at love songs Private Party - 3.5/5 blah I know U like it - 3/5 again as i said his songs structures are repetittive which makes them boring personally i wouldn't say this album is that great. I would suggest getting so fine, Hold my hand, and Pepperpot stupid itunes doesn't even display the popularity bar properly it really gets on my nerves. so there ya go. a hopefully(if you think)better review then other people.
  • Best $11 I ever spent!

    5
    By mistimo1st
    For a Genre almost facing extinction, Sean Paul once again proves to be an exception. I hardly give albums 4 stars but this deserves it... maybe even more. It's sad it was hardly promoted as I only stumbled upon it on Itunes today (December 16) and learnt it came out in August! I've been hooked ever since and all the songs are really unique and melodious. I will rate all the tracks out of 5. 2. Lace It 5/5 3.So Fine 5/5 4. Now that I've got your love 5/5 5. Birthday Suit 2/5 6. Press It Up 4/5 7. Evening Ride 6/5 (yeah, it's that good!) 8. Hold My Hand 3/5 9. She want me 5/5 10. Daddy's Home 5/5 (Incredible song) 11. Bruk out 4/5 12. Pepperpot 4/5 13. Wine Baby Wine 4/5 14. Running Out of time 5/5 15. Don't Tease Me 5/5 16. Lately 5/5 (Another Great one!) 17. She Wanna Be Down 5/5 Great Album overall. I am currently listening to Lace It (Love it.) I could buy this album for $100 if possible.
  • its not that good

    2
    By E-mac E3
    NOT AS GOOD AS HIS PREVIOUS ONES."
  • Good Album but....

    4
    By Jersey Music Lover
    Do everysong in there have to be $1.29? Ok.. part from that... I thought it was mostly a good album. Not his best, but not bad.
  • Sean Paul

    5
    By jonnygreen
    i love sean paul's new song 'press it up' and just bought his new album imperial blazer ! completely worth the buy its amazing and i also love his music video for press it up he is so cool !! love him and love his album- definitely 5 stars. Tamsin In4merz.
  • This ain't no pop

    3
    By MonttieM
    I think sean paul is dance hall through and through.....but itunes, he is not pop!
  • E Dubl D Y A.K.A. The Kang O' Da ICT

    5
    By E Dubl D Y
    Psycho Bass Monster?! Really? Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques (Born January 9, 1973), simply known as Sean Paul, is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall musician. Sean Paul was born in St. Andrews, Jamaica and spent his early years in Upper Saint Andrew Parish, a few miles north of his birthplace. His parents, Garth and Frances, were both talented athletes, and his mother is a well-known painter. His paternal grandfather was a Sephardic Jew whose family immigrated from Portugal, and his paternal grandmother was Afro-Caribbean; his mother is of English and Chinese Jamaican descent. Sean Paul was raised a Catholic. Where did you come up with him being Canadian? Snow (the guy that did the song "Informer") is Canadian. Kardinall Offishall is from Canada also but his parents are Jamaican immigrants. Get your facts straight before you post a comment and make yourself sound like a complete fool! Big up the dirty 316 and one of the kings of Dancehall, Sean Paul!
  • Hold My Hand

    3
    By jdis
    Hold My Hand doesn't have Keri Hilson on it! What's up with that?
  • Simply Amazing...

    5
    By cascantedf
    So creative with his music, Sean Paul will always entertain us with his reggae/dancehall style beats. His lyrics are good and his flow is truely admirable. It can be very hard to come up with an album of 20 songs that sound different from each other so all the credit to him. This is probably his best album and I really like the fact that he did only one collaboration (Keri Hilson - Hold My Hand). Too many artist rely on other artist these days in order to make their songs big hits. That just tells you the quality of SP to be able to break through with few major artists. So awesome!!! You are unique Mr. Sean da Paul...

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