Sean Paul's scorcher
Sean Paul and Shenseea

Dancehall act Sean Paul continues to push his summer release Light My Fire which features pop act Gwen Stefani and dancehall's 'it' girl Shenseea.

The Gimme The Light act just released the music video for the single and was scheduled to appear on Wednesday's broadcast of the late-night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC.

Serving as the focus track for Sean Paul's latest LP Scorcha, Light My Fire is said to fuses the talent of three stars.

"Light My Fire is an epic dream come through," Sean Paul explained.

"I've been a fan of Gwen Stefani forever and Shenseea — I am so proud of all she's accomplished in such a short time. Light My Fire is a big bad lover's rock song and we had to represent it with a big bad video. We went retro on the attire in the video and basically getting ready to party and some lovers rocking. It's a vibe we hope everyone gets when they listen to the track — feel good and party lover's rock style."

While Shenseea added, "I feel honoured to be tapped by two legends for this collaboration, the whole process was exciting and collaborative — can't wait for our fans to enjoy the video."

Currently Sean Paul is on a headline European tour and this fall, the global superstar is set to embark on a run of tour dates across the US with Pitbull on his Can't Stop Us Now tour.

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