When producers need an artist who can cut the vein of social consciousness and envelope the cultural space with tongue-twisting rhymes, Seany B's their man.
That's why TV Rock chose the Melbournian's infectiouswordplay tp pen Australia's highest selling dance production, "Flaunt It", the critically-acclaimed single which won ARIA's "Best Dance" and "Highest Selling Single" awards alongside an APRA publishing award.
The same explanation applies for Australia's pop darling, Vanessa Amorosi, collaborating with Seany B on "Mr. Mysterious", the platinum-selling, top ten charting colossal hit of 2010. And that's why premier Australian duo, The Stafford Brothers ("Speaker Freakers") as well as international big shots Hoxton Whores ("The Other Side") and D.O.N.S ("Monster" and "Rollin' Deep") have enlisted his services. Seany B's the definition of musical success.
2012 saw SB achieve chart success with "KEEP TALKING", a main room monster with Melbourne-based DJ/Producer, Jamie Vlahos... and not one, but two ARIA Club Chart #1's: "EVERYBODY GET UP" w/ Jam Xpress and the party favourite, "GET STOOPID" with pals Bombs Away.
When he's on-stage heart rates rise, heads bop in unison and the occasional mobile phone gets lost in the midst of a wild rave. A Unique flow on the mic and a voice that sounds so good you'd swear it was pre-recorded proves Seany B ranks among Australia's discerning live acts.
2013 saw SB teaming up with Adelaide maestros Dirt Cheap. Returning with a massive club banger that charted as the no.20 song of the 2013 overall club charts, "Kill The Robots" saw Seany B in his element and laid the foundation for his next collaboration with Joel Fletcher, who's mix of Kill The Robots raised the stakes on the already killer package.
2014 With KIll The Robots paving the way for SB & Joel Fletcher's gold selling offering - "LOCO." SB took a break from the electro scene to focus on his new project SWOOP++
2015 Still releasing "BedSprings" with Sydney pal and trap lord: Spenda C, Sean had been a busy little bee on the Melbourne house circuit, pushing his brand of party favour, gee house and nu disco.