By NAN ET Writer
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 26, 2016: Jamaican Grammy-winning dancehall singer Sean Paul is picking up pace again after being dropped by the Atlantic record label in 2014.
The singer’s new collaboration with Australian singer Sia has landed him back on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The single “Cheap Thrills,” made it’s debut at No. 81 on the chart this week. It was originally written for Rihanna’s new album ‘ANTI,’ but was passed up by the Bajan pop star.
The song is part of Sia’s new album, “This is Acting,” released on January 29th.
Paul, meanwhile, is currently getting ready for his Full Speed 2016 Canadian Tour from March 12th-30th.