Sean Brown Songs

  • Run Up
    Run Up
    This morning Alumni spitter Sean Brown dropped off yet another quality track called "Run Up," featuring a verse from prolific pharmacist-turned-rapper R-Mean. Going off bass alone, this is a Bay Area song, but given the drums and Brown's bars it definitely has more of a northeast feel than anything.
  • The Gospel
    The Gospel
    On November 23, HNHH will premiere the new EP from Alumni spitter Sean Brown, The Ground Up. There will be 8 new tracks on the project, all produced by Brown himself. Today, Brown has shared the first track off the EP, "The Gospel," and it's some uplifting material perfect for the beginning of the week. 
  • Time Zone
    Time Zone
    In between dropping his last EP, Lucid Dreams of the Summer, and his upcoming full-length project, Sean Brown has decided to give fans a new loosie, "Time Zone," produced by frequent collaborator Joey Castellani.  The song is comprised of a few different segments, and Brown's raps reflect the different levels of spaciness with which Castellani graces the beat. As part of Tha Alumni, Brown doesn't have a lot of down time, so what better way than to reflect on all the craziness with a lyrical stream-of-consciousness over a hot beat. 
  • Cloudz
    Sean Brown never stops working.
  • Fire Like Summer
    Fire Like Summer
    Sean Brown just dropped off his mixtape Solitude less than a month ago, and he's already on his second new track since. After giving us "Higher Baby" at the top of the month, he drops "Fire Like Summer" featuring Diamond. 
  • Higher Baby
    Higher Baby
    A week after dropping his new mixtape Solitude, Sean Brown is already putting out new music, sharing "Higher Baby" which he only finished up last night.
  • Hustle 2 Get It
    Hustle 2 Get It
    Sean Brown drops off one last advance track before he drops Solitude in its entirety tomorrow.
  • Solitude (Interlude)
    Solitude (Interlude)
    Sean Brown is definitely Tha Alumni's hardest-working rapper. Kid Ink had his fair share of the mixtape grind, but he's found mainstream fame and thus is able to kick back if ever so slightly. Sean Brown is still on that quest, and he's been both persistent and consistent in his string of free releases. Before he hits us with yet another new mixtape, Solitude, on Wednesday, he's delivering the project's title track.
  • Senorita
    Two is always better than one right? Well, along with his “Rollin” track, Sean Brown decides to double up the releases today and treat fans to his second song called “Senorita”. Hopping on the upbeat, Joey Castellani-produced beat, Sean shows off his rapid fire flow and impressive bars, while aiming his lyrics at all “Senoritas” out there making him “loco”. No word yet as for where this will end up, but seeing how its available for free download, it’s presumably a freebie to hold fans over until his next project arrives.
  • Rollin
    Sean Brown continues to keep the new content “rollin”. After dropping off “You Girl” & “Probably Don’t Know (Remix)” recently, Tha Alumni Group member decides to treat fans to not one, but TWO new tracks for us today. Produced by Eric Vargas, Sean delivers a new ganja-inspired record that fans can “roll” up and light one to. Highlighted by his effortless flow & laid back rhymes, “Rollin” is another strong addition to Sean’s steady growing catalogue of overlooked records.
  • Probably Don't Know (Remix)
    Probably Don't Know (Remix)
    Sean Brown is currently touring out in Canada for his "Mind Of The Future" tour, and while hitting up various cities across Ontario Tha Alumni rapper met up with Torontonian JD Era. The two kicked it in the studio and knocked out a few collaborations, one of which Sean has sent over to us this morning. This one happens to be a remix of Sean Brown's "Probably Don't Know" produced by frequent collaborator Joey Castellani. The song originally dropped during Sean Brown's week of music in January. 
  • You Girl
    You Girl
    Rapper, singer, and producer Sean Brown continues his new music rollout with "You Girl." Sean is part of Tha Alumni Music Group, alongside Kid Ink, and "You Girl" is a nice side piece to Ink's new album Full Speed. This is a slow jam that never lacks intensity due to drunkenly muted drums and a deep bassline that clicks perfectly with Sean's infectious hook. 
  • FAH
    Sean Brown has been releasing a ton of new music lately, and yet he doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon either. After hitting us with 5 tracks in December, the Alumni affiliate kicked off 2015 by dropping off “Probably Don’t Know” a couple weeks ago, and now today he’s back once again with “FAH”, which is an acronym for “Forget About Her”.
  • Probably Don't Know
    Probably Don't Know
    Sean Brown kept us busy in December, dropping off new music every day for a week as part of his "Sean Brown Music Week" series. That week ended with the record "Cross Faded," and since then Sean Brown took a bit of time off. He really didn't take very much time off though, as he continues the grind today with a new release "Probably Don't Know." He may be Tha Alumni's underdog, but with his consistent work ethic, it won't be like that for long.
  • Cross Faded
    Cross Faded
    Sean Brown has given us a new track every day for the last five, concluding what he described as the "Sean Brown Music Week" series today with "Cross Faded". The record is one of the strongest we've received from Brown this week, featuring some colorful synth-work, making good on its title when it shifts from an upbeat pop-rap record halfway through, slowly deconstructing itself into a syrup-y chopped and screwed ballad.
  • 3 Years Ago
    3 Years Ago
    Only a month after dropping the second installment to his mixtape, Mascot, Sean Brown is at again with the his newest track, "3 Years Ago," part of his week-long series, "Sean Brown Music Week." "3 Years Ago" is a sweet ballad with a smooth, uber chill melody and a cute, corny hook that goes, "Trust me, you never know it's special 'til it's
  • No Breaks
    No Breaks
    Sean Brown kicked off a week-long series on Monday (aptly titled "Sean Brown Music Week"), so he really is taking no breaks this week. Nonetheless this third record in the series shows just how much he wants it, as he has a ferocious delivery and passion in his voice. Big production comes from frequent collaborator Joey Castellani. Download is free as per usual.
  • Running From
    Running From
    This week, Sean Brown's going to be dropping a new track every day, all of which should be available for a free download. After protesting the Darren Wilson indictment decision on yesterday's "Please Don't Shoot," the spitter hops behind the boards today to self-produce a new one entitled "Running From."
  • Please Don't Shoot
    Please Don't Shoot
    Following the lack grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown, a few rappers have responded on record. J. Cole gave us a thoughtful response just after the incident took place, while Tink dropped the police brutality protest record, "Tell The Children".
  • Going Through It
    Going Through It
    On Wednesday, October 22nd, Sean Brown will release his Mascot 2 tape, and today he's leaked out a track from the project. "Going Thru It" features Futuristic and was produced by Brown himself. Outfitting the fast paced track with dramatic string flourishes, UFO synths, and a beat that alternates between propulsive and muted (shoutout to that Mike WiLL Made It style filter), Brown gives us one of his finest productions yet. Both rappers turn out very impressive, quickly recited verses, and show us that they shouldn't be underestimated.