Sean C. Johnson “Circa 1993” album stream

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Sean C Johnson - Circa 1993

It’s played to label an artist “underrated” and even more so for them to feel like they legitimately are. We’re big fans of Sean C. Johnson. His records have always sounded great and had compelling content. It’s a matter of time before others wake up to what we’ve thought for a few years now, Sean C. Johnson is dope!

Make up your own mind after you stream his full album, Circa 1993. Click the link on the player to download Circa 1993 (name your price).

Here are some details about the new drop…

When I was kid I loved reading comic books. The issues I enjoyed the most were the ones that told a heroes origin story. This album is my “origin story”. While I’m no hero, I do have a story to tell and my story was shaped by four events that all happened…in 1993.

* Death of my mother.
* Falling in love with music.
* Viewing pornographic material for the first time.
* Giving my life to Christ.

Each song on the album will be told through the lens of these four events and give listeners a peak into what shaped me.

Circa 1993 track list

Side A – Past
1. Mountains
2. Nothing But A ‘G’ Thang
3. Melodies (From Heaven)
4. Redemption Song (feat. Armond Wakeup & Adam L.)
5. Never Knew Him

Side B – Present
6. Mirror
7. No Flex Zone (Re-Imagined)
8. Made of Love (Charity)
9. Final Frontier
Bonus Track – Magic & Kareem

Side A is set in 1993 and touches on dealing with the death of my mother (“Mountains”), falling in love with music and exploring my musical tastes (“Nothing But A ‘G’ Thang” & “Melodies”), and hearing the gospel for the first time (“Redemption Song” & “Never Knew Him”)

Side B, If Side A is the “Cause”, Side B is the “Effect” and is set in the present. It explores me being aware of the many sins in my life (including Pornography) and shows me maturing, growing, and walking out my faith (“Mirror” & “No Flex Zone”). It also shows how pornography has warped my view of love now that I’m in a relationship (“Made of Love”). And lastly the album concludes with me accepting my call to make God honoring music (“Final Frontier”)

Bonus Track – This song shows where I’m at currently as an independent artist and vents some of my frustrations.

Sean C. Johnson “Circa 1993” album stream

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