Sean Paul topped off his already impressive discography with his Mad Love prequel tape. The project opens with "Naked Truth," an infectious dance song that features the lovely Jhené Aiko. Although this is Sean Paul's song, his opposition easily steals the show. A mysterious woman tracks down the legendary dancehall artist, and an intricate dance battle ensues.
Directed by Michael Garcia, "Naked Truth" strays away from Paul's usual house party dance scenario. Instead, Garcia finds a way to make the dance-off more refined, giving off the vibe of fine art. In a warehouse, Paul's crew dances around his throne as he performs his verses. Likewise. the woman filling in for Jhene has her own squad to dance around her while the female vocals are narrating the story. Paul's Mad Love mixtape was overlooked but has a high replay value. Check out the project if you haven't already, which features Aiko, Dua Lipa, Migos, Tory Lanez, and more.