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Sean Paul Premieres 'How Deep Is Your Love?' Music Video Feat. Kelly Rowland

October 4, 2012 (9:14 am) GMT
The clip displays the beautiful landscape of a city, where an inseparable couple is seen getting lovey-dovey during their date.
Sean Paul Premieres 'How Deep Is Your Love?' Music Video Feat. Kelly Rowland

asks "How Deep Is Your Love?" in his new music video for the song which features . The simple clip, which highlights the beautiful landscape of one city, sees a couple who embraces their togetherness by sharing smooches and going on a lovely-dovey date.

The Grammy-winning reggae artist is seen storming the streets as he delivers his part, while the former member looks pretty with her red-streak hair as she sings the chorus. "How deep is your love (You should know!)/ How deep does it go/ How deep is your love (I'ma show ya!)/ Let us explore (Late night!)/How deep is your love," so she sings.

"How Deep Is Your Love" marks Sean's fifth single from his latest album "", which has boasted singles like "Got 2 Luv U" and "She Doesn't Mind". Sean once described the album as "a mixture of pop music into dance music." He told Rap-Up, "I'm trying to bridge the gap, broaden my artistry. I'm asking [the producers] to try and make dancehall from their perspective. So it's sounding more international than dancehall."

Sean Paul's "How Deep Is Your Love" Music Video Feat. Kelly Rowland

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