All Or Nothing (2009)
|Artist: Jay Sean|
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|Jay Sean is taking the world by storm. He already has a #1 Top 40 hit to his name with "Down" and this is just the begining. To add further heat to this growing story, Jay Sean has now inked a multi-album, multi-million dollar record deal with Universal music monster, CASH MONEY RECORDS, home to 4 time Grammy winner Lil Wayne.|
Jay was also nominated for two 2008 Mobo Awards, and the recipient of a BMI 'song of the year' award for penning the smash "Deal With It" for High School Musical star, Corbin Bleu.
Jay Sean has also been touring the world for the last 6 years, selling out shows in India, Russia, Poland, Dubai, Australia, Japan and USA. His fan base is diverse and varied. From exclusive club dates of 1,200 fans to massive outdoor concerts flooded with 50,000 people, Jay Sean can easily count himself as one of the worlds greatest and most sought after performers.
Album Notes and Credits
Notes & Personnel Info
|Audio Mixer: Ken "Duro" Ifill.|
|Recording information: Chung King Studio, New York, NY; CMR Studios South, Miami, FL; Hir Factory Citeria, Miami, FL; Orange Factory Studios, New York, NY.|
|Borrowing the best bits of his 2008 U.K. release My Own Way while adding a handful of new tracks, All or Nothing is R&B singer Jay Sean's big play for American success. Released by Birdman and Lil Wayne's Cash Money label, the album ushers Sean into a new realm of slickness with the widescreen love song "Down," plus the ridiculously infectious "Do You Remember," which bounces along with dancehall superstar Sean Paul and the King of Crunk, Lil Jon. Another new cut, "War," ends up the ballad of choice with Sean playing the role of a soldier hoping to come home to a still faithful wife. The rest of the pillow talk gems come courtesy of My Own Way with both the exotic "Ride It" and the elegant "Stay" landing here, although the jazzy "Maybe" didn't make the cut for some odd reason. Even with the omission, All or Nothing is a strong U.S. debut for this Akon-meets-Chris Brown-styled singer, one that takes advantage of his suave back catalog and the hip new possibilities now possible via Cash Money. ~ David Jeffries|
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Associated Artists and Works
|The Rishi Rich Project|
|Release Date : 11/23/2009|
|Original Release Date : 2009|
|Catalog ID : 013683|
|Label : Republic|
|Number of Discs : 1|
|Studio/Live : Studio|
|SPAR Code : n/a|
|UPC : 00602527245164|
British R&B singer/songwriter Jay Sean is notable for being one of the first British-Asian crossover stars and also for his international popularity. Born Kamaljit Singh Jhooti on March 26, 1981, in the London borough of Hounslow, he began rapping at age 11 and eventually switched to R&B music, in part because of his Indian heritage, which made it difficult for him to break into the British rap scene. Sean was signed in 2003 by 2Point9, an all-in-one entertainment company whose roster is comprised of British Asian artists such as Rishi Rich, and he made his recording debut late in the year with "Dance with You (Nachna Tere Naal)." Produced by Rishi Rich and featuring fellow 2Point9 artist Juggy D, "Dance with You (Nachna Tere Naal)" became a major hit in the United Kingdom, reaching number 12 on the singles chart. In the wake of his debut single's success, Sean was offered a lucrative major-label recording contract with Virgin Records. He accepted the offer and opted to drop out of Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry, where he was studying to become a doctor. Me Against Myself (2004), his debut album, became a Top 30 hit in the U.K., spawning a pair of Top Ten hit singles ("Eyes on You," "Stolen"); plus, the album became an even bigger hit in India, where it was a chart-topping success and went multi-platinum, thanks in part to Sean's appearance in the Bollywood film Kya Kool Hain Hum (2005). Despite his international success, Sean was dropped by Virgin Records and released his second album, /i>My Own Way (2008), independently via 2Point9 Records. Though its release date was pushed back repeatedly because of Internet leaks, My Own Way debuted at number six on the U.K. albums chart, a significant improvement over his last album, which had been released by a major label. The album spawned a couple U.K. Top 20 hits, "Ride It" and "Maybe," the former of which also charted internationally in countries including Poland, Portugal, Romania, and Bulgaria. The focus would turn towards America in 2009 when Sean signed with the Cash Money label. The relationship kicked off with the single "Down" featuring special guest and label mate Lil Wayne. The track would land on Sean's album All or Nothing released in November of that year.