Today rapper Chef Sean returns with the new relatable music video for his song "Feelings," taken from his album, My Life. The song is one of several major releases during the COVID-19 pandemic and caps off a highly successful year despite the lockdown. From the trap to shawty blowing up his phone, fans get a chance to enter the world of Chef Sean with no filter.
For the Bhrama Bull and Pamala Richardson directed visual Chef Sean connected with his new sponsor WEIV, a social media platform that allows celebrities and public figures to generate revenue directly from the application instead of using their Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, which doesn't currently allow them to monetize the content directly.
"Feelings, is a song that speaks to the climate of the world right now, everyone is in their feelings and emotions are at an all time high. People are at odds and they are having a hard time coming together as one. I hope this song brings people together, it's just about having fun," Chef Sean said. "When people hear this song I hope they take on sec to come out of their feelings and just try to see the world for what it is, have some fun and just don't take things too seriously."
Currently residing in Los Angeles, by way of Chicago, Chef Sean has been on a serious grind the past four years turning over accolade after accolade with ease. From sold out shows sharing the stage with major artists to recording and songwriting with the best in the industry in Los Angeles, Chef Sean is fully immersed in the music scene in Los Angeles. Racking up features with Jeremih, Al B and more, Chef Sean has put together a string of successful songs to entertain fans during these tough times.
Since the start of 2018 Chef Sean has had quite a run performing and winning awards across the country. Most recently he was named the Core DJ's Artist of the Year, a highly touted award in the Midwest and he was invited to perform at the Rolling Loud Bay Area shows. On top of the aforementioned successes, Chef Sean finally began to earn well-deserved syndicated radio airplay across the United States helping him reach into Billboard's Hot Single Sales which measures the sales of commercial singles and is one of the component charts of the Hot 100.
"Performing at Rolling Loud really opened the audience up to my world and gave me a chance to meet them halfway. Performing on that stage with so many people in the crowd was a great experience that I can build on. I wanted to have an innovative setlist so I am always working on new ways to entertain the crowd," Chef Sean said. "Right now I'm just focused on entertaining people during these tough times, everyone needs a break at some point."