Released: 20th March 2006.
Taken from "The Trinity" meaning "trio: three considered as a unit" - which would seem to explain why the third release follows a similar theme of heat to its predecessors. Like "We Be Burning", the song is inevitably going to be well received on the dancefloor with its heavy beats and Sean's indistinguishable slur. If I was to stick with the theme, I wouldn't describe "Temperature" as hot, but it's still quite cool. Even if you don't have a clue what he says, the tune will certainly be memorable enough. Well, for the moment anyway.
With the theme of heat central to all his releases, "Temperature" is another dancefloor scorcher. The beat and bass are heavy and rhythmic, while the song is forceful and memorable. Despite a serious disliking of Sean Paul initially, his recent singles have been top quality and this is another prime example of a cool, Jamaican, floor-filler showing that reggae is still on top.