Dancehall artiste Sean Paul has released an official video for the track Guns of Navarone from his recently released album Live N Livin.
This is the second video from his album, following on the heels of the party-themed Dem No Ready Yet (featuring Leftside) — the lead single and video from the album.
This track, however, which features Ghanaian artiste Stonebwoy, Reggae musician Jesse Royal and dub poet Mutabaruka, is of a more sombre note. Sean Paul uses it to call for a rejection of crime and violence.
As he does with the words of the song, Sean Paul uses the visuals to demonstrate the challenging issue of crime and violence. The video depicts the harsh realities of sexual assault, murder, betrayal, life behind bars, organized crime, and grief.
Since the release yesterday, the video has amassed over sixty thousand views and fans have been loving it.
One fan wrote, “Sean Paul long time I don’t hear a righteous song from you this one is a hit fans what do you think”.
Another commented, “Real music never get the hype and love it deserves.”