Watch Alkaline & Sean Paul “Gyalis Pro” Video

Alkaline and Sean Paul drop a raunchy video for their collaborative dancehall banger “Gyalis Pro.”

The video has been a long time coming. After being shot in Canada a few weeks ago, the final product is finally here. The two dancehall stars have been close friends since they recorded the song earlier this year. The Jonathan Poirier III-directed cut features Alkaline and Sean Paul hanging out inside a mansion with plenty ladies as they get ready for a pool party.

Alkaline called Sean Paul and asked if he is ready to party but then he asked for 15 more minutes to mingle with the ladies. The fun filled video is already rocking up a lot of views on YouTube since its upload on the weekend.

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