By Jack Barnes
This past weekend, Atlanta natives Sean Garrett and Lil Yatchy shot the visuals to the wildly successful single Look On Your Face. Released just a couple months ago, the single is steadily climbing the charts and currently among the top 5 independent singles in the country. This single has generated over 500,000 Spotify streams since its release.
Photo Credit: Lawrence Murray
About Sean Garrett
Sean Garrett is Grammy-Award winning Producer, Singer and Songwriter. Dubbed “The Pen” by Jay-Z, Sean is most known for working on some of the biggest chart-topping songs of our time with artists such as Beyonce, Usher, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Ciara and others. His 18 Hot 100s Number One hits (and counting) make him one of the top producers of his generation according to Billboard – with more Number Ones in a shorter period of time than any of his peers. But Garrett has not only completely changed the sound of today’s mainstream music, penning and producing dozens of chart topping hits for all of today’s brightest stars – he’s also creating the superstars of tomorrow. When Garrett isn’t in the studio creating his own songs or with chart-topping artists, he’s shaping the next generation of artists – lending his magic touch to up-and-comers, such as Avery Wilson whom he signed with Clive Davis.
As a singer Sean stepped out from behind the scenes and in 2008 with his first single ‘Grippin’ featuring Ludacris followed in 2009 by the R&B hit “Break Up” alongside Mario and Gucci Mane. In 2010, Sean released the critically acclaimed ‘The Inkwell’.
Most recently, Sean released ‘Look On Your Face’ featuring Lil Yatchy and is set to release a new musical project at the top of 2017.
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