Sean Paul – The Trinity was one of the best reggae dancehalls album of 2005. The album is what got reestablished Sean Paul in the international spotlight back in 2005 thanks to songs such as Ever Blazin’, and Yardie Bone. 2005 was one of the best years for music.
Give It Up to Me explains the late night escapade on how Sean Paul attempts to lure a woman into bed with him.
Sean Paul tells the woman he is after, “Get out my head and into the bed, girl.” She doesn’t know he is plotting out the fantasy for tonight.
Sean Paul can see she clearly wants him from the way she look in his eye. He can see she clearly wants him from the look in her eye. Because her body is enticing and it’s making him horny. He wonders to himself, “When are you going to fulfill my fantasy? Because you know I give you lovin’ straight like an arrow. When you gonna give it up to me?” He wants to be the man that’s really gonna have it up, mack it up, and slap it up. The blue balls erupt if she does not give him the work. His testicles will swell up and double up.
So he tells her, “So why can’t you see we ought to be together, girl? Don’t front on me. I just wanna be near. So don’t have no fear and lemme see you bring your body right over here. Because you should share it, girl. I’ll care it. And I’m gonna give you love so clear. It gonna make you shine and once you are mine. We be rockin’ it until the end of time.”
As the world turns and as time burns, you know Sean Paul is gonna be there for a girl because his love is ever blazing. His love will never change and it never fades away. There’s no pretending. That is what the blazing hot reggae song Ever Blazin’ is about. This was the blazing hot reggae song that was climbing the charts back in 2005.
As the world turns and as time burns, you know Sean Paul is gonna be there for a girl because his love is ever blazing. His love will never change and it never fades away. There’s no pretending. He will always be there for her.
Never Gonna Be the Same explains how we as humans must come to terms of how things are never going to be the same as the reality of the times take hold. But the memories still remain. It’s never gonna be the same throughout all life and beyond all eternity. The song discussed the past memories of Sean Paul.
As the reality of the times take hold, we come to terms with the sadness we bear. Missing the times we never get to share. Still I got all the memories.
When you look up in your life, it’s plain to see that it’s never gonna be the same. Take another step on towards your destiny. But the memories still remain. Deep in your brain and soul you hold the key. It’s never gonna be the same throughout all life and beyond all eternity. Yo we keep burnin up the flame.
When Sean Paul looks up in his life, it’s plain to see that it’s never gonna be the same. He takes another step on towards his destiny. But the memories still remain. Deep in his brain and soul he holds the key. It’s never gonna be the same throughout all life and beyond all eternity. Yo we keep burnin up the flame.
Sometimes Sean Paul wishes he could rewind all the hands of time and bring back a great brother of his. He sits and remembers all the things they spoke of. All of the serious reasonings an all the things they make jokes of. He still cannot believe they took his brother’s life away. But those who pull the trigger cannot take away the covenant the righteous have with Jah Jah. So he knows he’ll see him again.
Sean Paul gets in touch with his Rastafarian side with these lyrics, “But those who pull the trigger cannot take away the covenant the righteous have with Jah Jah./So I know I’ll see you again my brother.”
This song was for all the friends and families that have passed on. Leaving impressions and memories that will last on. Giving thanks for all the time that we know them. Reminisce their legacy. That is what we owe them. Because they helped to make us who we are. So let us never forget and talk it near and far.
A song called The Trinity explained Sean Paul’s goals beyond 2005. This is real dancehall.
Sean Paul’s main aim was to maintain beyond 2005 and stay alive for Jah. And to stay clear of the brain drain. Because the system design with a whole heap of fall and pit hole. Because the system design with a whole heap of failure. And not just a little bit of gain. They want you to walk thin lines and not succeed. His main aim was to stay sane. Because he never did like and never did love the fame. Sean Paul is not a gimmick.
All the player hating and dissing cannot stop his energy. The hate cannot limit him. So he is giving them The Trinity. Sean Paul is giving people music so that they can’t refuse it. 5 million and 40 top cuties. Dem be shakin up dem booties. That is how Sean Paul is selling units. Enough of them get puzzled like a Rubik’s Cube when they are hearing all of his new hits year after year. They can dispute and dilute this.
These lyrics explained Sean Paul’s goals beyond 2005.
My main aim is to maintain
Beyond 2005 stay alive jah jah we a fear
Stay clear of the brain drain
Because the system design wth a whole heap a fall and pit hole
And no just a little bit of gain
Dem waan you walk thin lines
Then dem say do it again
My main aim is to stay sane
Cause I never did like an I never did love fame
Music so that dem caan refuse it
5 million and forty top cuties
Dem be shakin up dem booties
Dat is how di dutty sell di units
Nuffa dem get puzzled like a rubiks
When dem hearin’ all mi new hits
Watch it make mi show dem how fi do this
Cause this is how di dutty get mi true kicks
We school them on di true hits
Year after year dem caan dispute it
Real dancehall dem caan dilute dis
Yardie Bone is a fresh reggae song for all them yardies out there who like to dance to reggae rhythms and vibes. The song has brehsive vibes overall.
I rate this album 5/5*****!!