Dancehall star Sean Paul will release his new album, "The Trinity," Sept. 27 via VP/Atlantic. Although it has yet to be officially serviced to U.S. radio outlets, the single "We Be Burnin'" has alread

Dancehall star Sean Paul will release his new album, "The Trinity," Sept. 27 via VP/Atlantic. Although it has yet to be officially serviced to U.S. radio outlets, the single "We Be Burnin'" has already garnered scattered airplay this summer. Its accompanying Jessy Terrero-directed video will premiere Wednesday (Aug. 17) on BET's "Access Granted."

Although the final track list is still being tweaked, among the songs expected to make the cut are "Touch My Body" featuring Nina Sky, "Yardy Bone" featuring Wayne Marshall and "Change the Game" featuring Looga Man and Kid Kurup. Jamaican notables like Steven “Lenky” Marsden, Don Corleone, Renaissance Crew and Snowcone supplied production.

The album is the follow-up to Sean Paul's 2002 breakthrough, "Dutty Rock," which spent 75 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Reggae Albums chart. The set has sold more than 2.56 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The artist is also tipped to make a guest appearance on Santana's new studio album, "All That I Am," due Nov. 1 via Arista.