Picks and Pans Review: Sean Paul's
FAVORITE REGGAE ALBUMS
The Jamaican reggae star, 33, has a scorching No. 1 hit with "Temperature," the new single off his third CD, The Trinity.
BUJU BANTON, VOICE OF JAMAICA (1993) Buju was just dominating Jamaica for about three years, and they were three very important years of my late teens, crazy years for me. Voice of Jamaica spoke for me too.
SIZZLA, DA REAL THING (2002) That's a hot album. He has many reggae tempos on there. He sings and deejays also. There's one song [called] "Just One of Those Days" that is still big today. It's a real heartbreak song.
BUNNY WAILER, TIME WILL TELL: A TRIBUTE TO BOB MARLEY (1990) Bob Marley's work is so influential. It is so everlasting in terms of what he spoke about. This is a quintessential look at his work. It's great.
STEEL PULSE, TRUE DEMOCRACY (1982) Mom bought me this. She came home one day and said, "I heard it on the radio and I thought of you, because I know you like good music and this is good music."
On Newsstands Now
- The Little Couple: A New Mom's Fight to Live
- Remembering Nelson Mandela
- Princess Kate's Style Secret!
Pick up your copy on newsstands
Click here for instant access to the Digital Magazine