Sean Paul - She Doesn't Mind

April 06, 2012 Critic Jonni 0 Comments

She Doesn't Mind - Sean Paul |

So today my randomiser chose Tink09, and after telling her I'd already reviewed "DJ Fresh Featuring Rita Ora - Hot Right Now" she chose this music video. Another video I haven't watched and the sort of song I don't listen to, but here goes nothing.

Sean Paul, real name Sean Paul Henriques, is from Jamaica, he is a reggae artist siding on the border of Rap and R&B. He used to be a big hit here in the UK, with hits such as "Like Glue" and "We Be Burnin'", but lately he hasn't been doing very well, until this single popped up (which has so far got to number 2 in the UK). He has never had a number one single in the UK as lead singer, but managed to get one by being featured on "Breathe" by Blu Cantrell.

The song was written by Sean Paul Henriques, Shellback and Benny Blanco. Shellback has written for the likes of Avril Lavigne, Britney, P!nk and Ke$ha. Whereas Benny Blanco has worked with Ke$ha, 3OH!3, Katy Perry, Britney and Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger". So this was obviously going to be a hit, but will it get to that number one spot? It's pretty doubtful.

The music video relates to the song pretty well, and although the song is about dancing in a club, there are other meanings to it. So it's pretty understandable why the music video is quite sexy.

It also kind of supports LGBT's since that security woman likes to feel all those girls who walk through the security gate. I bet a lot of people would enjoy having that job. Although I'd never go on a plane if security really did that...

There's not a lot going on in the video, there's a bit of a performance side, which is obviously where Sean Paul and the cabin crew are dancing, but he's really not doing much is he? As for the plot it's about a girl who needs to give Sean Paul something, but she has to go through security first, and make sure they don't find it on her. So that bit of the video interested me, as I wondered how she's get past them, especially since reinforcements on the security side jumps in... Also how come all the girls were being checked over? There was no guys who went through those gates...

Overall a catchy song although not my sort of thing, a great relatable music video, to a certain degree. But there's just not enough going on, and it just doesn't make me go wow. There's just something missing, and so I'm giving it this rating, which it is worthy of at the end of the day.
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