Childhood of horror and a family ripped apart, Sean grew up on the streets and made a family of his own. But things seen that can’t be unseen also come with pain and shame that must stay hidden from everyone. Sean knew what it meant to suffer, and through his work with No More Victims 2 he found in himself a deeper connection to purpose. A chance to use his talents to help lift others with the courage to speak HIS truth, to shine the light and expose the skeletons in the closet.
Sean was if nothing, scientific with his words. Whether it was rap, written or spoken word, or poetry, it was almost always dark, or it would seem that way to those who didn’t know him. There was always a hidden light in his darkness, and hidden messages to random people to let them know they don’t walk their path alone.
Every show we did, on every tour, he told his story; He left a piece of his soul on that stage every time he spoke so that others may begin to heal and that the world may begin to see change. Sean changed the lives of so many people we met on the road with his story, with his courage and encouragement to others to get help and to hold on to hope, and sadly he couldn’t find the courage to save himself.