Rap-Up TV: Sean Garrett Reveals ‘Sick’ Song on Brandy’s Album

Brandy embarked on the next chapter of her career last week with her hot new single “Put It Down” featuring Chris Brown. One of the hitmakers responsible for her new sound is Sean Garrett, who produced the track with Bangladesh. Rap-Up TV caught up with Sean to discuss Brandy’s comeback and her upcoming album Two Eleven, for which he helmed nine tracks.

“When I got the call to work with her, I felt like, ‘Wow, this would be an opportunity for me to sort of work with one of my dream artists,’” said Sean, who explained how the Chris collaboration came about.

“People probably thought there would be a rapper on there and we wanted to surprise people,” he said. “[Chris] tweeted and said that Brandy’s the most phenomenal vocalist of all time, so what more can you say? He gave it up to her and he’s not easily impressed.”

Brandy’s RCA/Chameleon Records debut is due this summer. “‘Put It Down’ is a good segway to what the album is about,” he explained. “The album’s definitely not predictable. At the same time, it’s progressive. It’s made to excite people. It’s about keeping people intrigued. It’s about entertainment.

“Brandy always made people feel a certain type of way with her music. And so we wanted to keep that integrity, but we wanted to also make the new fans respect who she is because she’s an icon, she’s a living legend.”

Plus, he revealed a drum-heavy track he did with Bangladesh called “Sick.” “I feel like a lot of women are gonna love that record,” he teased.

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25 Comments

  1. KimIsTheQueen

    This guy really talks too much! Let us find out ourselves! Every time he hypes something up, it ends up being a dud compared to his description. I just wish he would shut it a bit and let the fans be surprised by her new sound ugh!

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    Sean Garrett Talks Too Much Reply:

    @KimIsTheQueen, i totally agree!!! Let’s see if his tracks even make it on the album. Lmao!!!

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    destiny Reply:

    @Sean Garrett Talks Too Much, ok

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  2. Marc

    I’m excited. She is blossoming into a beautiful flower of a woman. Her life and her music are a great inspiration to live with a purpose!

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  3. Ernest

    So excited

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  4. LouLou

    I can tell the best is yet to come.

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  5. Natasha

    Wow. I can’t t hear her album. It sounds like it’s going to be amazing!

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  6. meme

    these produces really over hypes their work. Between him and rico love I dont kno who hypes their tracks up more. And the funny thing is they always under perform. They are played out and reached their peak.

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    shion Reply:

    @meme, Exactly

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  7. Ouch!

    “he’s not easily impressed”

    O__O
    Brandy does not need to impress anyone, especially that lowlife!!!

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  8. yoooo

    I wish he would just let his work speak for itself, but he’s been hyping his sh*t ever since Bey’s “Diva”. I saw on Twitter, he wrote, “back on my ’04 shit”…umm assuming that ’04 was the end all of music. Just cause u had hits with Goodies and Yeah! doesn’t mean it’s “good music”. I hope for Brandy’s sake that Sean not only delivers hits, but music that holds some type of integrity. This is Brandy’s shot to get it right, and I would hate to hear an album that is too consumed with chart-topping songs, and not enough beautiful songs like Learn the Hard Way or Love Wouldn’t Count Me Out….get it right Sean, or shut it tight.

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    shion Reply:

    @yoooo, thats all im saying

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    destiny Reply:

    @shion, ok

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  9. Nathan

    Loving the new Brandy song.
    I’m interested in seeing what her album sounds like!

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  10. Gotta dn Lo2

    it better for sean to keep his damn Mouth shut & let BRANDY N album be a Surprise for people to find out for themself

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  11. Loius destiny

    man this dude Sean talk so much He need to learn how to harsh and not Reveals Shit

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  12. TheDreamer

    I’m looking foward to hearing Brandy’s new album. Should be interesting.

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  13. Randy

    People can’t w8. Let him spill a lil’….. July seems so far away.. I love Brandy…

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  14. Daym

    July feels like a loooooong way from now

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  15. Jhhh

    Y are you guys freaking out?? I dont see how he spoke too much…!!!

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  16. Jhhh

    He’s a producer, it is understandable for him to be excited about his product… He obviously loves his job and is doing his best work.. However, he should be careful on giving out too much information on songs,, I guess…..

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  17. Dassh

    Okay… Where’s the song?? -_-

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  18. Mehizon

    Ughhhhhh he is the worst why is she working with him please God I hope her album do not sound like Put it down but a modernn never say never/ full moon

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  20. Matheus

    I’m loving the brnday song can’t wait for the album I hope this album is like her debut album or Never Say Never, or Afrodisiac those were GREAT ALBUMS. I’m really hoping she do REALLY good this time She’s been working her butt off, but She needs the right people behind her sean Garrett is not one of those people..smh

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