By far, Reggae and dancehall are one of the biggest genres within Africa, and Sean Taylor, a Ghana native is no exception when he fell in love with the genre at age 13; and of course like others there was no turning back. His admiration for reggae and dancehall reroute him from being a local star singing in their dialect yet went full force ahead with the quest to be an internationally recognized reggae/dancehall artiste.
Sean Taylor has mounted several platforms across the length and breadth of Ghana for musical performances and has become a household name within the Reggae/Dancehall fraternity in there. Songs like ‘Everybody Bard, Free up Jacob, Cleanest People, Not More Than Me, #RichFi2015, Muntaashi and Dem Nuh Bad’ are a few of his work that have boosted his career.
With all his recent local success, Sean Taylor has officially signed to Paper4Life Music; an independent recording company in the United Kingdom. The extremely talented Sean Taylor collaborated with producer OX of (Paper 4 Life) to a produce a song called ‘Vibes Deh Yah’ featuring Jamaican Dancehall artiste Vershon.
“I knew the song was going to be huge the moment when I heard Vershon's vocals on the riddim. The final work is on point and so far the street response is terrific. I have high hopes for this song and I'm optimistic that it will catapult my career to a next level.”
The single was recently released and has been quite receptive. The two sync authentically and efficiently on this single, emphasizing to party and enjoy life.
“Vershon is a talented artist and it takes someone with a similar wavelength of talent to mark him toe-to-toe on a record. He's a good artist and it was great working with him on a song”.
The African and Jamaican duo is set to release a video soon.