Look, if you were alive in the '00s you heard this man.
Rather, this KING.
He produced so many hits, you could say he owned the 00s.
DUTTY ROCK WAS THE ANTHEM OF 2000 AND IT'S THE ANTHEM OF TODAY.
In case you've forgotten, he made "Baby Boy" with Beyoncé AND IT'S SO ICONIC!
It also made you think you could pull off a coin skirt. (Only Beyoncé can pull off a coin skirt)
This is the album where "Gimmie The Light" gave YOU THE LIGHT.
And when you hear him give that "Yeah, yeah" intro "Like Glue" you know it's about to go down.
Maybe you won't admit it, but "I'm Still In Love With You" was the song that made you believe in love.
It did pose a problem on the dance floor. Too fast for slow dancing but too slow for fast dancing, so you probably opted for medium-paced grinding.
If Dutty Rock wasn't enough, he dropped this musical masterpiece, which gave us legends like "Temperature," "We Be Burnin,'" and "Give It Up To Me."
Don't lie, "We Be Burnin'" taught you some of your best dance moves.
No one knew how to body roll quite like a Sean Paul backup dancer, and you took careful notes.
Let's get something out of the way real quick, "Temperature" isn't just a song, it's THE song of a goddamn lifetime.
Yeah, you just try and keep still when "Temperature" comes on.
Basically, when a Sean Paul song comes on you're gonna have a good time.
*puts "Do You Remember" on repeat*
NAY, THE BEST TIME OF YOUR LIIIIIIFE.
"Make It Clap" was it's own anthem, tbh.
Sean Paul was always there for you, like when you needed to hear how fine you were.
The answer was, and is, "So Fine."