The new single So Fine by Sean Paul is the most downloaded reggae/dancehall song in France, Canada, Belgium, Norway and Sweden but it still has not been released in the US the biggest music market.

iTunes, among the internet's most popular online music stores has So Fine charting in those five nations but it is void on the US online charts. Currently Bob Marley's Three Little Birds at number one and Serani's No Games at number two are the top downloads on US iTunes.

Sean Paul's manager Jeremy Harding told the Observer that the single would be released before July in the US. "We are just getting radio rotations first before we release it. And it should be released in two weeks in the US."

The album is slated for an "August release date" he added.

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