Sean Garrett

American singer, songwriter, rapper and record producer

Garrett Robin Hamler, better known by his stage name Sean Garrett, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer.

Garrett is responsible for a series of chart-topping compositions, most notably "Yeah!" by Usher, Ciara's breakout song "Goodies", Teairra Mari's first single "Make Her Feel Good" and Chris Brown's first single "Run It!". He is in a production duo with Swizz Beatz, and together they produced several Beyoncé singles: "Diva", "Ring the Alarm", "Get Me Bodied", "Upgrade U" and "Check on It". He also often writes over productions by Polow da Don.

Garrett has also recently embarked on a career as a performer. He wrote and co-produced his own single "Grippin'". [1] His first album Turbo 919 was released June 24, 2008 on his own record label "Bet I Penned It Music".

Garrett's catchphrase appears on several songs he has produced, called "Smash on the radio, bet I penned it." Also, Sean Garrett has become good friends with Ludacris, who has collaborated on Garrett's first single from Turbo 919, "Grippin'". In return, Garrett was featured on Ludacris' "What Them Girls Like" with Chris Brown, the first single off Theater of the Mind. He worked on Ciara's third studio album Fantasy Ride in early 2009.