10 Facts About Sean Garrett


Sean Garrett is the first producer to achieve this measure of success in under a decade since George Martin, who produced 20 number-one hits for The Beatles in.

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Sean Garrett is the only active hip hop producer that is mentioned on the Billboard list of producers with the most number-one hits.

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Sean Garrett writes often over productions by Polow da Don and has been nominated for four Grammy Awards.

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Sean Garrett's father was in the US military and they never stayed long in one place.

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Sean Garrett transferred between army bases across Germany and England.

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Sean Garrett performed in talent shows that led to a recording contract with Ariola or BMG when he was 17.

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Sean Garrett then took a job as a mortgage broker in South Carolina.

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In return, Sean Garrett was featured on Ludacris's "What Them Girls Like", alongside Chris Brown.

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Sean Garrett wrote and produced a song called "I Did It for Love" for Korean pop star BoA for her first eponymous English album.

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In March 2010, Sean Garrett released the first single from his mixtape The Inkwell, "Get It All", which features Nicki Minaj.

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