Parteum – O Pouso Lyrics

Meu corpo muda, como o tempo muda
Meu verso é como a muda de arruda
Na orelha do senhor que da cadeira enxerga o céu
E pra esse céu reza baixinho
Feito a filha do vizinho, cantando Djavan, “Milagreiro”
Nato da cidade que se faz de sã
“Obi-Wan Kenobi” cabloco por cima do sufoco
Eu voo baixo sempre
O estresse que me guia sempre foi opcional de fábrica
Esfregue a chaleira mágica!
(Visite outros templos!)
Tudo nessa vida, nasce e morre ao mesmo tempo
Sincronia, sinfonia da desilusão humana
Coração Mzuri Sana
Igual “Madiba”, eu sonho a terra vibra
Como o celular na bolsa da madame
De dentro do enxame, eu crio antídotos
Digo que, sei que não nasci pra ser discípulo
Que rei seria eu se não cuidasse do meu reino bem da aqui

E a cidade tem, bares, boutiques, ostentação
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

A cidade tem festa, as luzes, perseguição
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

Imagine-me cruzando avenidas sem tocar nenhum carro
Subo e desço guias, mas travo num cigarro
Levanto-me, deslizo pela rua feito Norrin de Zenn-La
Corra pra lê-la
Misturo estações, emoções, heróis e espiões no mesmo disco
Arrisco feito a gerente do banco quando diz que tenho crédito
Sócio benemérito da rima rara internacional
Sabido nesse grau de fazer mágica com letras
Concentração, respiração e o efeito da cidade
No que para no papel bem sério
Cruzo hemisférios, mas parto de SP

Pronto pra cidade com bares, boutiques, ostentação
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

A cidade tem festa, as luzes, perseguição
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

Deserto, multidão, cidade, mutação
Me encontro nas palavras que se perdem nesse chão
Retrato mínimo da aura do solo da mãe gentil
Como a imagem da bomba acesa, quase sem pavio
Revelo cada traço, cada sombra, cada laço destruído
Cada amor, cada conquista, cada império reerguido
Todo dia pulo etapas pra trazer pra luz mais sabedoria
E você, o que faria?

Na cidade com festas, as luzes, perseguição
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

A cidade tem festa, as luzes, perseguição
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

E a cidade tem, bares, boutiques, ostentação
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

A cidade tem festa, as luzes, perseguição
O povo vive duro e para em frente da televisão
Cada emoção reflete a novidade antiga
De pousar sobre a ferida
E entender essa revolução

Sean Paul Shot Down Rumors He Caused Popcaan and Chi Ching Ching Feud

Sean Paul is making it clear that he is behind Popcaan and Chi Ching Ching feud.

The Hotskull deejay signed Ching to his Unruly label in 2015 after the two developed a close friendship. This year their friendship turned sour and we started seeing the “Roast or Fry (Breadfruit)” deejay on tour around the world with Sean Paul. Some dancehall fans think that SP is behind the falling out, but now the dancehall legend is setting the record straight.

Sean Paul said he went through the proper channel to get Chi Ching Ching on his tour and there is no bad blood between himself and the Unruly camp. “His manager is Squidel which is Popcaan brother,” SP said. “So basically I had to talk to them… when me and Ching just a reason about it and I said who book for you because we want to bring you on these shows and we went through the process and find out and then we have meetings with everybody. It wasn’t a big public thing, we just said yow let us do this.”

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Sean Paul added that Chi Ching Ching brought a lot of energy to his tour and he likes that. He also made it clear that he has nothing against Popcaan. “I personally have met Popcaan one or two times and I have nothing against the youth,” he added. “I don’t suppose he has anything against me, this is just a thing where his career is in that direction.”

SP added that at this point in his career he is only looking to help younger artists like Ching elevate their careers on the global stage. Sean Paul has over two decades in dancehall under his belt and has been widely regarded internationally as the king of the genre.

Watch the interview below.

Listen Sean Paul New Banger “Swell Up” Prod. By DJ Frass

Sean Paul and DJ Frass link up for a new dancehall banger “Swell Up” featured on the Ball Game Riddim.

The dancehall legend drop the video for “Rolling” featuring newcomer Shenseea but he wasn’t done dropping new material. “Alright Frass got the girls them lock in every way, Fat the girl them fat in every way, Give me the top a the crop only, Press it pon me baby,” SP spits over a hard hitting beat.

It’s been a busy year for Sean Paul who has been touring extensively and recording his upcoming album due next year. The deejay has seen a huge surge in his career over the last two years including scoring a few Billboard Hot 100 hits including his chart topping single with Sia “Cheap Thrills.” His pending new album next year has dancehall fans globally on high alert. This will be his first project in over five years.

Listen to Sean Paul new single “Swell Up” below.

Watch Sean Paul and Shenseea New Video “Rolling”

Sean Paul and Shenseea debut the long video for their party anthem “Rolling.”

The Ruption-directed cut starts out with Shenseea hitchhiking on the freeway. She gets a ride by jumping on the side of a big rig after the driver stopped and got out the truck and realized that she vanished. In another scene, Sean Paul spits his lyrics while being surrounded by some banging females. “Something fat this a stumbling block / Jump up pon yuh ting me a quint and lock / Me kotch pon di key and put it pon time / Like say a me invent the hand on di clock,” SP deejays.

“Rolling” is the first collaboration between Sean Paul and Shenseea and we wonder why it took so long. The Romeich Entertainment singer had a great year in dancehall and is looking to conquer dancehall airwaves next year. Sean Paul is currently working on his next album, due sometime next year. The project will be the first off his new multi-album deal with island records.

Shenseea is also rumored to be working on an upcoming project, but as of the time of this publication, there are no additional details available from her management. Watch the video for “Rolling” below.

Sean Paul To Upcoming Dancehall Acts “Work Hard Be Unique”

Sean Paul has sold over 26 million records in the United States and just recently the dancehall star was award with a plaque from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for the achievement.

Additionally, he also received platinum plaques for his dancehall classics “Get Busy,” “We Be Burning,” and “Temperature” which was certified three times platinum. The achievement makes Sean Paul only one of six Jamaican artists to get platinum status in the United States. When asked about his formula for success for young acts, he said hard work, follow your heart and be unique.

“Just follow your heart and that’s what art is really about,” he said. “It’s about following your heart and creating beautiful things that maybe other people didn’t see or think of before. I’m very proud of the way that I’ve performed and that I’m able to present our music to a wider audience, and 26 million sales represent to me dedication over the years. It means also fans’ involvement. Without their support, I couldn’t be here. I just have to big dem up.”

Sean Paul is one of the most commercially successful dancehall artists out of Jamaica ever, and some international publications even call him the king of dancehall. A lot of Jamaican dancehall fans will disagree, but if we should base the kingship solely on international impact and music sales, then SP would easily sit on the thrown. But that debate is for another time. In the meantime, let’s congratulate Dutty Paul on his phenomenal achievement, for a job well done, and for representing dancehall and Jamaican music culture at the highest level.

Listen Sean Paul & Masicka Song “High Yes (Remix)”

Sean Paul and Masicka team up for the “High Yes (Remix).”

The ganja anthem was produced by ZJ Liquid and features the two dancehall stars trading bars about smoking the highest grade. “Life too short fi mi worry bout war with no boy / From life there mi can enjoy / Give me the trees give me the surplus supply / Because mi well want fi fly high up in a the sky high,” Sean Paul deejay over the dancehall beat.

Both Sean Paul and Masicka are having huge success in dancehall this year. SP has been riding a wave of resurgence in the genre for the last two years and even scoring a Billboard number one single last year with his feature on “Cheap Thrills” with Sia. Masicka also score a few notable hits this year including a track with Vybz Kartel, “InfraRed.”