Emerging to the forefront of reggae music with an arsenal of excellent songs, the versatility that Sean Linton, aka ‘Sean Austin’ brings to the industry is one that many upcoming artistes and those already ahead in the industry, will have to contend with.
His newly released single, Smoke vs Fire, on the ‘Ferg riddim’ is a medley of dancehall, reggae and hip hop, where Sean collaborates with Anastasia Hera Smith, Kozmic Consciousnez, Kris Sasaki and Fari. This single is sure to bring back that electricity to dancehall and will be a sure hit with his youth audience. Love you Mama, and Don’t do me like 2020 two other singles on the market are all set to position Sean Austin nicely in the industry.
With clear, distinctive vocals, Sean Austin out of Clarendon, Jamaica is known in entertainment as a hard and consistent worker who challenges himself daily to be his best. The artist has begun getting noticed internationally, with bookings for Europe and Africa on hold until the Covid -19 pandemic ease and he’s allowed to travel to these continents to perform.
Driven by ambition to make it to the pinnacle of the music business, Sean is focused on delivering the best quality reggae music. “I want to deliver purposeful music, in the sense of bringing reggae back to its true nature and form of storytelling (that) evokes human expression and emotion,” he said. “I aim to create a body of work which reflects the life of everyday people, especially Jamaicans”.
The artiste who has been likened to international stars such as Maxi Priest and Shinehead and has been touted as one of the most likely to breakout in 2021. Sean Austin is a full-time father and a entrepreneur owning a recording studio and publishing company. His songs are published and distributed under the ‘Red Umbrella’ label and his arsenal of songs can be found on http://redumbrellalive.com/home and other well known music social spaces such as Youtube, Spotify etc under his moniker @iamseanaustin.
The artiste can be contacted for booking through Stephanie Elliott at Compass Communication 1 (876) 449 4179 or firstname.lastname@example.org