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"Down" was chosen as the lead single for the album. The song debuted at #72 on the Billboard Hot 100 before it started to climb the chart. radio stations on 20 October 2009 and released as a digital download on i Tunes on 2 November 2009.After several weeks of remaining within the top five, "Down" reached number one, overtaking the long run of The Black Eyed Peas' record-setting single, "I Gotta Feeling". It has also entered the top ten of the Hot 100 chart, during the week end of 9 January 2010.Sean described "Down" as "a fun, very easy track something to pump in your car or be played in the clubs".Another song, "War" is about "battling with anybody, whether it's your girl, family or another country never solved anything, the song is about real life".For example, the murder victim may have been a philanderer. This trope is often coupled with Never the Obvious Suspect, where the obvious suspect is used as a red herring, and the real culprit turns out to be someone unexpected.
Sean, along with his Cash Money Records family, was in London to celebrate the milestone. Alesha Dixon, Alexandra Burke and Craig David was on the party too. radio stations on and was officially released on i Tunes on 30 June 2009.
"The chief difference between the exceptionally knotty problem facing the detective of fiction and that facing the real detective is that in the former there is usually a paucity of clues, and in the latter altogether too many."A clue that leads in the wrong direction. Philandering as a motive is introduced for good cause, not just to set up suspicions about the wife's lack of an alibi.
A red herring is a good red herring when it interweaves itself into the story's events. The supertrope to Red Herring Shirt, Red Herring Mole and Red Herring Twist.
He explained, "It's always been a dream for me to sign to an American label. And that's what the title and theme of this album is all about!
And it’s great to be accepted by the best in the game." With regards to the album title, in February 2010, Sean was intervied by writer Pete Lewis of the award-winning Blues & Soul. " After signing with Cash Money, Sean announced through an interview with MTV IGGY that he was recording five new songs for the album.
Jay Sean released the Deluxe Edition of My Own Way exclusively in the UK and initially, the Deluxe Edition was set for release in the US, but Cash Money Records executives insisted on the release on a new album." The album contains a mix of new material and songs from Sean's previous studio album My Own Way, specifically the singles "Ride It" and "Stay" along with "Cry" and the album's title track, "All Or Nothing".