Fans from all over the world have since rallied to create a brand new #TemperatureChallenge, and Dutty Paul has finally chimed in to show how it’s done, sort of. Social distancing coupled with tight curfews has seemingly resulted in a resurfacing of just about everything, from old songs to dance moves. Sean Paul is somehow always there to check out what is happening, that’s until he gets into the groove towards the end of the video. “Temperature” reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States and was Sean Paul’s third number one hit single. Share this:
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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) The Jamaica rude boy dominated Billboard charts, infiltrated the Grammys, and stole hearts whenever and wherever his music was played. The public is speculating that the challenge will, of course, be taken up by fans who will imitate the moves shown in Sean Paul’s version. The single, which became Sean Paul’s biggest hit single in the U.S, spent 17 weeks in the top 10. Undoubtedly, one of his biggest tracks was “Temperature,” which was released in 2005. Sean Paul kicks off his #TemperatureChallenge on TikTok as his classic hit went viral. View this post on Instagram
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The “Temperature challenge” has been around for some time, but there is no set dance to make it an official challenge. The comment section flooded with fire emojis as fans welcomed his version of the challenge to his classic dancehall tune. It’s quite understandable why TikTok challenges have grown in popularity since the arrival of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The song made the top 10 in Canada and France and the top 20 in the United Kingdom, where it peaked at number 11. “Mek me show u how 2 do dis,” SP captioned a recent post shared on TikTok and Instagram. It also debuted at number 19 in Australia and rapidly moved to number five in the following weeks. It was pretty hard to escape the magic of Sean Paul during the early 2000s. His hilarious video includes two female dancers who aren’t afraid to buss a move regardless of their surroundings.