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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.
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. At age 11, he and his cousin Pritpal Rupra formed a hip hop duo named "Compulsive Disorder".
Sean's background vocals remain on Bleu's version of the track.
The song "Deal With It" earned Sean a BMI Songwriter Award Jay Sean returned in late 2007 with the new single "Ride It", which was the first single from his second album My Own Way.
Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley walked away with the Best Reggae Act award at the Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards on Wednesday.
The Nail Pan Cross singer denied Popcaan a third straight win after the deejay won the category in 20.
Sean sang a Hindi version of the album My Own Way for release in India.
The album sold more than 350,000 copies across the world.
The announcement was made at the ceremony held at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, United Kingdom, on Wednesday.
The Best Reggae Act category has been a part of the MOBO Awards since 1997.
So far, local acts such as Beenie Man, Sean Paul, Mr Vegas and Popcaan have won it.
Touch Magazine in the UK described him as "the UK's answer to Ne-Yo," while The Independent called him "..urban legend in the making." In August 2008, Jay Sean co-hosted London radio station Choice FM's Breakfast show a week in which he only performed previously unheard tracks, including a song whose title was left to the listeners to decide.
The unknown track was later confirmed to be called "Tonight" and is included in My Own Way: Deluxe Edition.