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In this Postmodern, Digital Obama era, Sean Meullah may well be the next voice of Hip-Hop and Pop/Techno. While visionaries and stalwarts of American black music like Micheal Jackson and Vibe magazine have recently fallen away, there is still hope that there will be a rebirth in sound for urban music. Like most forms of media, rap music will change again with the way of the world-- even if it's sonically transmitted online via Auto-Tune. Out of a random and refreshing void of creativity, enter Sean Meullah From Queens, New York.
Sean, aka Sean Meullah, who is frequently seen in a diverse lineup of styles, ranging from urban to european looks with a playful and clean finish, is a skillful lyricist with a deep understanding of metaphor, analogy and brand building. After realizing at the age of 12 that he wanted to persue a career in music, Sean wasted little time in getting started, having written over three hundred songs to date. Despite his eye-on-the-prize focus and determination, Sean took 6 years to experiment with different arts of song writing progressing into an extremly catchy and loved mix of hip hop and pop. With the ability to completely separate genres, He is able to communicate to Pop/Techno culture with one hand, then switch up and completely speak the language of the underground Hip-Hop Sub-culture. As each day passes he learns more and executes his methods better and more diverse than the previous.