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  • Summary: With the help of pop producers Stargate, Rico Love, and Benny Blaco, the dancehall artist releases his fifth studio album featuring guest appearances from DJ Ammo, Future Fambo, Alexis Jordan, and Kelly Rowland.
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. Sep 20, 2012
    60
    Tracks as sugar-coated and high-pitched as Won't Stop and Dream Girl are capable of producing gastric fireworks. And that's without mentioning the secondary cliches, the choral "eh ohs", the plaintive choruses, and, naturally, the Auto-Tune.
  2. Sep 20, 2012
    60
    Straying far from home, Tomahawk Technique isn't an awful Sean Paul album, but it is an odd one.
  3. 30
    A lacklustre collection of what sounds like pallid versions of previous hits.
  4. Sep 20, 2012
    20
    Past the dancehall signifiers (Paul's increasingly strained lilt and tepid syncopated pulse), the new record is brazenly mediocre.
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  1. Feb 15, 2014
    10
    Sean paul tried to meet modern music that matters now which is electronic dance music. Sean paul fuses dance hall reggae music with electronicSean paul tried to meet modern music that matters now which is electronic dance music. Sean paul fuses dance hall reggae music with electronic dance production and it works perfectly. He is evolving as an artist and trying new things, that is the definition of a true artist. I recommend this album to any one who loves to dance, be happy, and have a good time. Expand