Visuals for the Kev Brown produced Grandeur off Behind the Scale available now.
Directed by Kaimbr. Edited by Roddy Rod.
First video off Sean Born’s Behind the Scale; which is available now. Sadly, the explicit audio isn’t included and the reverse edits really take away from the song, IMO.
With the release of the first video from Behind the Scale just around the corner, Sean Brown drops off a 2dope bonus track.
With Sean Brown’s Behind the Scale available now on iTunes, (the original) MMG gives us a free listen to the album’s closer.
In an effort to get y’all familiar with Sean Born, DJ Marshall Law and host Peter Rosenberg take it back to the dual tape decks. A collection of new, unreleased and random cuts from the the Low Budget Crew rep (w/ features and production from the likes of Kev Brown, Hassaan Mackey, Toine (of DTMD), Kaimbr, Early Reed and more). Take it as a precursor to Sean’s upcoming album, Behind the Scale, which drops February 14th via Mello Music Group.
Sean is gearing up to release his debut album, Behind the Scale on Feb. 17th (available for pre-order now), and for the first leak, he enlists Kev Brown for an ill, dusty instrumental with a dark piano loop and Daily Bread’s Hasaan Mackey.
PREVIOUS: Sean Born – Go Hard (prod. Kev Brown)
“Go Hard” first saw the light of day as a rough draft, clean version way back in 2009 when Sean Born first anticipated the coming “Behind The Scales” project. Two years later, the album is ready and the original track is back in it’s full uncensored glory. Behind it all Kev Brown layers piano keys, drawn out horns, snares that stick, and the dusty static of spinning vinyl.
“It’s Born baby, I’m back, back on that real shit, I’m back G and I pack, trappin’ it real sick, I’m back baby, I’m back, back on that ill shit, y’all rap ni&&as is wack, rappin that bullshit”
The original is already beastly, but Apollo decides to make it even more paranoid-sounding. No complaints here though. Props to HHDX on the premiere. Support by copping on wax (pre-order), iTunes or on CD.
Rosenberg just let loose of these freestyles. Check as each artist rock’s over Snoop’s Scoop DeVille produced banger. And apparently there are more to come. But I’m with eskay in that all we really need is Sean Price to come through and dismantle it.