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SEAN ANDRE CONVERTS BEING A ‘DEGENERATE’ INTO FEARLESS AMBITION

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SEAN ANDRE CONVERTS BEING A ‘DEGENERATE’ INTO FEARLESS AMBITION

Someone who is a disgrace to society. A consumer but not a producer. A Taker but not a giver.

Someone who is a disgrace to society. A consumer but not a producer. A Taker but not a giver. Someone who has declined in morals and spends most of his/her time partying, having sex, drinking heavily, and doing all that while being a general fucking neet. These words define the word ‘DEGENERATE’ according to Urban Dictionary. Entrepreneur/Major Recording Artist Sean Andre sheds light on African Americans being labeled ‘Degenerates.’    

The United States of America was built on the backs of black people. African Americans, aka black people, created mainstream products such as the traffic light (Garret Morgan), refrigerated trucks (Fredrick Mckinley Jones), automatic elevator doors (Alexander Miles), carbon light bulbs (Lewis Latimer), are a few examples of epic ‘Black Excellence.’    

Sean Andre understands the rich history of African American history. His latest visual masterpiece, aptly titled ‘Degenerates,’ illuminates the meteoric rise to success of African Americans and their savage mentality of pure American hustle. Dipped in Sean John business suits, driving in Rolls Royce Phantoms, conducting million meetings, and setting new New York City trends are highlighted in ‘Degenerates.’  Sean Andre’s signature rap delivery and flow mesh perfectly with Hip-Hop rap star JoJo Simmons trademarked voice.    

Sean Andre’s mindset is unconventional, and his music reflects an unparallel vision.  ‘Degenerates’ empowers, educates, and inspires young hustlers to become moguls. FYI, it doesn’t matter what the current president thinks of black people.    

Jonathan P-Wright is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream media outlets and Chief Visionary Officer of RADIOPUSHERS. 

Founder & Editor-In-Chief of Muzique Magazine Alfred Munoz, is an American Army Veteran, Entrepreneur, and Talent Manager with over 20 years of experience in the Music industry, Leadership, Management, and Branding.

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