|姓名||Jay Sean||别名||Kamaljit Singh Jhooti|
|1、Jessy Feat. Jay Sean - What Happened To Us||Jay Sean|||||||
|2、Jay Sean - Walking Alone (Prod. by Stargate)||Jay Sean|||||||
|3、I Made It-Kevin Rudolf Feat. Birdman, Jay Sean & Lil Wayne||Jay Sean|||||||
|4、Jay Sean Feat. Thara - Still The Way Love Goes||Jay Sean|||||||
|5、Jay Sean - Movie||Jay Sean|||||||
中 文 名 Jay Sean
别 名 Kamaljit Singh Jhooti
国 籍 英国
职 业 歌手
Jay Sean 原名Kamaljit Singh Jhooti，1981年3月26日出生，英国人。是一位印度裔英籍创作歌手、饶舌歌手、节奏口技者和唱片制作人。
关于杰伊·尚恩（Jay Sean）这一名称的由来，Jay本人是这样解释的："Jay" 为他的姓氏 Jhooti 首字母J 的同音词；"Sean" 则源自旁遮普语的 "Shaan"（意为闪耀之星；自豪）一词，这是他的祖母对他的爱称。
2003年的首支单曲《Dance with You (Nachna Tere Naal)》，使他获得了100万英镑记录维珍唱片。他的第二个单曲《Eyes on You》,成为前十名，最高第6名。
他的第三个单曲《Stolen》,与印度宝莱坞女星Bipasha Basu决策出现在录像中。他的首张专辑 《Me Against Myself》制作完成，并得到很多关键的赞扬和好评。专辑成为了商业上的成功，不仅在英国，国外也反响热烈。在印度，它成为一个重大突破，销售超过200万张。他简短的出现在了宝莱坞电影Kyaa Cool Hai Hum,并提供歌曲 《Dil Mera (One Night)》的配乐。2006年2月，经过几次推迟了的第二张专辑，他离开维京唱片。
在离开了维京唱片，Jay Sean在2007年年底返回的新单曲《Ride It》, 这款单曲收入在《My Own Way》,这是第一张和2Point9合伙的唱片公司Jayded重要记录。MV'《Ride it》'的风格是Jay Sean的新风格。在短短三年时间内，变出名了。在2008年英国亚洲音乐奖（ AMA ）的，Jay Sean获得两个奖项，包括最佳MV奖'《Ride It》，他接着制作《May Be》，英国触摸杂志形容他为''英国的Ne-Yo''。2008年8月，Jay Sean共同主办伦敦广播电台，他只进行了一次前所未闻轨道。 这首歌是留给听众来决什么标题。 其后被证实为所谓的"Tonight" ，并已列入《My Own Way: Deluxe Edition》。
在2008年10月15号在MOBO奖，Sean宣布，他已同美国签署嘻哈面向唱片公司Cash Money Records。 他提出了重新混音的单曲'《Tonight》和Lil Wayne合作，为Cash Money Records 开始了Sean的美国市场，是第一个英国亚洲歌手签署美国的唱片公司。
在2009年英国亚洲音乐奖（ AMA ）的，Jay sean获得三个奖项，包括“最佳男歌手” ， “最佳表演”和“最佳专辑”为《My Own Way》。
2011年发行精选集《Hit The Lights》，9月发行合集《The Mistress》。
2012年发行精选集《The Best of Jay Sean》，12月发行录音室专辑《So High》。
2014年11月发行合集《The Mistress II》。
2016年3月发行单曲《Make My Love Go (Remixes)》和《Work (Remix)》。
Life and career
Jay Sean (born Kamaljit Singh Jhooti; 26 March 1979) is a British singer and songwriter. He debuted in the UK's Asian Underground scene as a member of the Rishi Rich Project with "Dance with You", which reached No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart in 2003. This led to him being signed to Virgin Records and having two UK top 10 hits as a solo artist in 2004: "Eyes On You" at No. 6 and "Stolen" at #4. They were included in his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Me Against Myself’ which, though only moderately successful in the UK, sold more than two million copies across Asia and remains his most successful album to date.Alongside the Rishi Rich Project, Sean was a pioneer of Bhangra-R&B fusion, which his debut album helped popularize among the worldwide South Asian diaspora.
He eventually left Virgin in 2006 and founded his own independent label, Jayded Records. After a gap of nearly four years, he returned in 2008 with "Ride It", which reached No. 11 in the UK and topped the charts in several Eastern European countries, including Romania where it was one of the best-selling singles of the year. It was followed by hits such as "Maybe", which reached No. 7 on the Japan Hot 100, and "Tonight". They were included in his second album, ‘My Own Way’, which became his most successful album on the UK Albums Chart, reaching No. 6, and topped the UK R&B Chart. At around this time, he began increasingly incorporating electropop sounds into his R&B music.
Since the end of 2008, he has been signed to Cash Money Records. In 2009, his American debut single "Down" topped the ‘Billboard’ Hot 100, making him the first solo artist of South Asian origin and first UK urban act to top the Hot 100. It was the seventh-best selling song of 2009, having sold more than three million copies in the United States that year, eventually reaching six million sales in the United States, making him the most successful British/European male urban artist in US chart history at the time. As of 2011, it is the fifth best selling song by a British artist in the digital era. It was soon followed by another hit, "Do You Remember", which has sold more than a million copies in the US,and entered the top ten on the Hot 100, making him the first male act since Chingy in 2003 to "simultaneously appear in the Hot 100 top 10 with his first two charting singles." They were included in his American-debut album ‘All or Nothing’, which debuted at No. 37 on the US ‘Billboard’ 200 and reached No. 11 on the Japan Oricon Albums Chart. Sean has also been a featured artist on several hits including "What Happened to Us" by Australian singer Jessica Mauboy, which charted within the top 20 on the ARIA singles chart and certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. Sean was ranked No. 35 in Billboard's Hot 100 Artists of 2009.
Sean began working on his fourth album and second with Cash Money Records, ‘Freeze Time’ in July 2010.Sean released a mixtape titled ‘The Mistress’ in September 2011, spawning a single and a music video for "Where Do We Go".
‘Freeze Time’ was scrapped due to legal issues in 2011 and Sean began working on a new, be more R&B influenced album altogether. The first official single from the album was announced to be "I'm All Yours", which features American and Latin artist Pitbull. Officially released in May 2012, the song peaked at a disappointing #85 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song's best performance was in Australia where it peaked at 13 and was certified as Gold. The second single of the album "So High", produced by DJ Afrojack, was released in October 2012. Later in the same month, both singles were included in an EP, titled ‘So High’, with "Sex 101" featuring Cash Money rapper Tyga (originally included in ‘The Mistress’) and an exclusive bonus track "Patience".
In February 2013, Jay Sean announced he would be changing the title of the album from ‘Worth It all to Neon’, and his long delayed fourth studio album was released in July 2013. Both of the album singles, "Where You Are" and "Mars" featuring American rapper Rick Ross, failed to break into the Billboard Hot 100.
In January 2014, Sean released the lead song "Take That Off" from his second mixtape ‘The Mistress II’.Alongside releasing the first single in October 2014, "Tears in the Ocean", Sean left Cash Money Records, citing that he wanted to go in a different direction artistically.On 14 November 2014, music webside Djbooth premiered the second single "All I Want". ‘The Mistress II’ was released on 18 November with a video for "All I Want" premiered hours later. A video for the third single "Jameson" was released on 23 December, and it was announced that a EP of ‘The Mistress II’ featuring the original and acoustic remixed versions of each of the third singles from the mixtape would be released on 26 December.
Single “Work (Remix)” and “Make My Love Go (Remixes)”was released in March 2016.