[Musicians’ Galore] Sean “The Pen” Garrett

25 Nov


Garrett Hamler, better known by his stage name Sean “The Pen” Garrett, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer.

Alongside regular collaborators Swizz Beatz and Polow Da Don, he helmed singles for Beyonce (“Check On It”), Kelis (“Blindfold Me”), Gwen Stefani (“Now That You Got it”), Mashonda (“Blackout”), Kelly Rowland (“Like This”), Fergie (“London Bridge”), Jamie Foxx (“DJ Play a Love Song”), Pussycat Dolls (“Buttons”) and Nicole Scherzinger (“Whatever U Like”).

His extensive resume boasts further works with Mary J. Blige (“Work That”), Janet Jackson (“My Baby”), Britney Spears (“Toy Soldier”), Teairra Mari (“Make Her Feel Good”), Christina Milian (“I Need More”), Keyshia Cole (“Guess What”), Brandy (“Put it Down”), Megan Rochell (“Let Go”), Alicia Keys (“Waiting for Your Love”) and Keri Hilson (“Turn Up the Radio”).

Garrett also worked with top producers including Bloodshy & Avant, Rodney Jerkins, Kanye West, Alex Da Kid, Mike WiLL Made It, Rich Harrison, Mario Winans, Kwame Holland, Arnthor Birgisson, Fernando Garibay, Da Internz, Rami Yacoub, Scott Storch, Pharrell Williams, Teddy Bishop, Eric Hudson, Andre Harris, Bryan Michael Cox, Ryan Leslie, Will.i.am, and Stargate.

On the songwriting front, he has teamed up with Cathy Dennis, Makeba Riddick, Angie Beyince, Solange Knowles, Kirby Lauryen, Candice Nelson, Lakeisha Gamble, Patrick “J. Que” Smith, Corey “Latif” Williams, LaShawn Daniels, Ryan Toby, Shaffer “Ne-Yo” Smith, and John Legend.

Hope you enjoy the following playlist dedicated to Garrett’s work!

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