Posted on May 16, 2017 at 5:38 am


Jay Sean Asks ‘Do You Love Me’ To That Girl Who Won't Get Off Her Phone

Hot off the success of his international hit Make My Love Go ft Sean Paul, Platinum award winning artist Jay Sean is back in full force with his new video for Do You Love Me and his always stellar vocals and killer style leave us no choice but to answer yes. The video for Do You Love Me shines a light on social media addiction and uses many familiar social media tropes from platforms that look like Snapchat, Instagram, FB and Blippar.


Check out the video right away:

Jay Sean said:

“This video is very different from all of my others. I wanted to create a conversation about our growing obsession with social media and how it takes over everything in our lives. This story is about a girl who can’t get past her own phone even in the middle of a lit party. The love affair is with herself…reflected by the phone and all the social media platforms she uses every day”.

Jay has a new home at Sony and the track is produced by the legendary Rock Mafia (Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Mariah Carey) and Cory Enemy (Sia, Snakeships) and is just another infectious jam in his impressive repertoire. With a career spanning almost two decades, Jay Sean remains the most successful British urban act in music history and continues to reinvent and leave his mark.

After selling 18 million songs, topping the billboard charts as the only British artist to have both English and Spanish #1’s, first Asian artist to have a Billboard #1 single, and the first Asian artist in history to have 2 simultaneous Billboard Top 10 singles (Down and Do You Remember) Jay Sean is one of the biggest selling single UK artists in history.

Over the past few years, he also touched down for captivating performances everywhere from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Shanghai Hong Kong and Australia to Trinidad, India, Africa, England, and South America. Born in London and splitting his time between Los Angeles and New York, he remains an international superstar with a global mentality.

His most recent single Make My Love Go (featuring Sean Paul) was a bonafide hit in the UK, Germany, The Netherlands, amassing 70 Million streams on Spotify and going gold in several territories.