Fresh off winning a NAACP Image Award & Stellar Award for his work on theGreenleaf Season 2 Soundtrack; Sean C. Johnson releases “Days Like This” an album Sean calls his most important project to date. Far too often we ignore our emotions and disregard our humanity. But God is close to the brokenhearted (Psalms 34:18), especially on DAYS LIKE THIS. –Seancjohnson.com
Produced by: Wayne Valentine
Mixed by: JLee The Producer
Filmed by: Dillon Chase
Edited by: Circa ’93 Media
Sean C. Johnson has contributed to winning an NAACP Image Award for his song “Well Done” that he wrote and performed on his album ‘Faithful’, that song was featured on the official soundtrack to the hit series ‘Greenleaf’ on The OWN network. Congratulations to one of our favorite artists that we cover here on ZechWilson.Com, If you haven’t heard of him or his music, do yourself a favor and get familiar with the soulful brother!!!
The #RACETHESUN series continues with the visuals for PART 3: “Angels”. This video picks up where PART 2: “Sonic Boom” left off and reassures listeners that “Nothing can separate us from the love of God.” Click here to download the song: (FREE DOWNLOAD) – http://www.seancjohnson.com/racethesun/
Sean C. Johnson releases the official music video for “Save Me”, a song that speaks openly about the desire to find love and the feelings you have when it doesn’t workout. A very creative visual that completely matches the spirit of the song and continues to showcase the talent of Sean C. Johnson. Links to support below.
In every failure there is a lesson to be learned and with every heartbreak there is a chance to draw closer to God. With that in mind Sean releases “Save Me”, a song that speaks openly about the desire to find love and the feelings you have when it doesn’t workout. God tells us to bring everything to him in prayer (Phil 4:6)…that burden is not yours to carry.
The follow-up to the music video for “Mountains” (from #CIRCA1993), “No Flex Zone (Re-Imagined)” is an R&B take on the summer smash “No Flex Zone” by Rae Sremmurd. This version tells the story of someone trying to leave a life of crime, but no matter where he goes he still sees remnants of his old life.
“No Flex Zone Re-Imagined” is featured on Sean’s new album: #Circa1993 | Click Image below for Album Link.