Sean Paul up for Jesy Nelson collab

‘I’m waiting here if the song’s dope’ says the ‘Gimme the light’ hitmaker – who is set to release his new album ‘Scorcha’ in next year.

The star previously teamed up with the 30-year-old singer’s former band, Little Mix, on the 2016 hit ‘Hair’, and he wouldn’t turn down the chance to release a track with solo artist Jesy if it was the right song.

Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper’s Wired column, the 48-year-old Dancehall King said: “She’s cool, if she does reach out I’ll be happy and I’m waiting here if the song’s dope.”

Sean has just dropped ‘Dynamite’ featuring Sia and has a song with UK pop star Raye on his upcoming record, while he also revealed he has a track with Rita Ora that might make an appearance in the future.

Meanwhile, the ‘Breathe’ star recently claimed he has lost millions since the COVID-19 pandemic halted live shows, but that hasn’t stopped him dipping into his wallet to help out various charities.

He said: “I’ve lost a lot of money because I travel more than six months out of the year. Like millions, all of that is from touring, but then I’ve also been spending money on charities.”

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And while Sean has enjoyed spending more time with his two young children, four-year-old Levi Blaze and two-year-old Remi – whom he has with wife Jodi Stewart – amid the global health crisis, he admitted sometimes he needs to step outside of the house for a “spliff or a Heineken” to get a breather.

He said: “Sometimes you have to take a break … With everything, there is a silver lining, so I have enjoyed the family time, and I have enjoyed the extra studio time that I’ve been given.”

“Sometimes the family does get on your nerves. I have to go outside and get a spliff or a Heineken.

“The most annoying part is when the kids wanna go out and play, and you’re not into that vibe … it’s like, ‘Just go out and play,’ or, ‘Just play a video game it [is] too hot outside.’ With my wife, the extra conversations can be annoying. I need quiet time, there’s a time we need to talk with God — with yourself — and that time has been squeezed.”

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