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Following the album's release, "Do You Remember" was released as the second single and in January 2010 peaked at number ten in the US and subsequently making him the first male artist in seven years to have his first two charting singles appear in the Hot 100 simultaneously.
Accorging to aggregated music reviews site Metacritic, the album received mixed reviews by critics who scored the album 59/100.
The album was originally intended to be released during the Summer of 2009, then an October release date was confirmed however the final release date, 23 November 2009 was confirmed.
Later announcement confirmed that a whole new set of songs were recorded, where some would feature other artists from the Cash Money Records roster.
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".
A new remixed version of "Stuck in the Middle" with new vocals from both Sean and Jared Cotter is also featured, and for the UK edition, a new version with Craig David was produced.
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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.