Sean Paul Henriques is a Jamaican dancehall and reggae star. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica. His paternal grandfather was a Sephardi Jew (whose family was from Portugal). His other ancestry includes English, Afro-Jamaican, and Chinese.                                                                                                                                                      More

Sean Paul Henriques is a Jamaican dancehall and reggae star. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica. His paternal grandfather was a Sephardi Jew (whose family was from Portugal). His other ancestry includes English, Afro-Jamaican, and Chinese. More

Sean Paul or as his family knows him Sean Paul Henriques is of Portuguese/Jamaican decent.

Sean Paul or as his family knows him Sean Paul Henriques is of Portuguese/Jamaican decent.

Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques[1] (born 9 January 1973),[2][3] otherwise known as Sean Paul, is a Jamaican Grammy-winning dancehall and reggae artist. (Sephardic Jewish-Portugese/Afro-Caribbean/English/Chinese-Jamaican)

Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques[1] (born 9 January 1973),[2][3] otherwise known as Sean Paul, is a Jamaican Grammy-winning dancehall and reggae artist. (Sephardic Jewish-Portugese/Afro-Caribbean/English/Chinese-Jamaican)

Sean Paul (born Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques), Jamaican Grammy-winning dancehall and reggae artist. His biggest hits included Get Busy, Like Glue, Gimme the Light, I'm Still in Love with You, Ever Blazin', (When You Gonna) Give It Up To Me, We Be Burnin', Temperature, Never Gonna Be The Same, Got 2 Luv U and She Doesn't Mind. He also appeared on Beyonce's megahit, Baby Boy. Because of his mixed heritage, some consider him a personification of the Jamaican Motto "Out of Many, One People".

Sean Paul (born Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques), Jamaican Grammy-winning dancehall and reggae artist. His biggest hits included Get Busy, Like Glue, Gimme the Light, I'm Still in Love with You, Ever Blazin', (When You Gonna) Give It Up To Me, We Be Burnin', Temperature, Never Gonna Be The Same, Got 2 Luv U and She Doesn't Mind. He also appeared on Beyonce's megahit, Baby Boy. Because of his mixed heritage, some consider him a personification of the Jamaican Motto "Out of Many, One People".

Sean Paul - Give It Up To Me (Feat. Keyshia Cole) (Disney Version for the film Step Up)

Sean Paul - Give It Up To Me (Feat. Keyshia Cole) (Disney Version for the film Step Up)

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