Sean Christopher is out with his latest EP titled “222”.
The U.S. singer, songwriter publishes his first project in almost a year since his pandemic-creation “Stimulus” EP, and last released new music in October with is buzzing single ‘Thru It All’. He also just completed the trilogy to his “Unrequired” series in 2019, so he’s right on schedule with another gem for fans.
It’s a four track EP featuring production from ISM, txpski and itsashleetho, and Sean continues to make hard-hitting R&B music, staying on brand. He knows exactly who he is as an artist as he mixes up tempos’ and welcomes in a quick verse from Sada Baby on ‘Peace of Mind’. The veteran indy artist speaks the truth, gives listeners relatable and emotional content as he sings on ‘So Well’: “You can’t take what’s mine / but you can try / and people that I called my brothers / tried to take what’s mine / and I’m trying to figure out what they think that I owe them / I don’t know them” trying to figure out why they hate him, but eventually, he’s not gonna worry about it.
Stream the new release from Sean Christopher right here.