Brooklyn, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/20/2014 -- Sean Breed releases his new album H.I.T.L.E.R. (Hate Is Taught Love Ends Racism). The album will be be available beginning 4-20-14, the birth-date of Adolph Hitler. iTunes and other music outlets will be making H.I.T.L.E.R. available throughout the Internet.
The title song of the album is currently available on iTunes at:
A YouTube video of H.I.T.L.E.R. is available at:
Sean says about the title song, H.I.T.L.E.R., "I believe that this song, album and movement will be one of the most significant attributes to the music industry."
About any controversy that may arise out of the title of the album, Sean says, "If you call me a racist AFTER listening to the H.I.T.L.E.R record......you need to stop listening to music."
Rap music draws directly from the personal experience of the artist, the musician's personal history, geography and experience. This includes the artist's personal pains and defeats. A special breed of rap artist reverses their circumstance through music. Shawn Breed is one of those artists.
He began life as Shawn Myles, growing up in Brooklyn, NY. His life experience built the man now known as "Sean Breed". He came from a physically and mentally abusive home environment, at the hands of his biological father. His mother got him out of that situation when he was 6 years old. Soon she remarried and settled in Staten Island. Though away from his abusive father, Sean found himself in the New Brighton Projects, a violent world of its own with drug deals, shootouts and murders a part of daily life.
Sean refused to let himself become a part of the street life of the housing projects. He used his pen, loose leaf notebook and poetry to become how he puts it, "the narrator of the visual darkness I saw everyday in one of the most notoriously dangerous housing projects in New York."
He believes that every entertainer is "given a gift to entertain people but to also use their platform to help the betterment of the human race". Sean Breed named his album H.I.T.L.E.R. (Hate Is Taught Love Ends Racism) to evoke dialog.
Sean Breed believes in the power of music to change moods, give hope, inspire and evoke thought in the masses. He sees his music as catering predominantly to the mature person, "who has lived in poverty, made bad choices, paid for those choices and came out fighting." Sean Breed is their voice.
ABOUT SEAN BREED
Sean Breed is a rap artist from Brooklyn, NY. His new album is H.I.T.L.E.R. (Hate Is Taught Love Ends Racism) will be out on 4/20/14. He has previously released several singles available on iTunes.