Sean T

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Sean T
Birth name Sean Miguel Thompson
Origin East Palo Alto, California
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, Record producer
Years active 1989–present
Labels Murder One, Young Gotti, Get Gone
Associated acts E-40, C-Bo, Juvenile, Messy Marv, Mac Mall, Too Short, JT the Bigga Figga, 3X Krazy, Jayo Felony, 11/5, Daz Dillinger, The Game, Mac Dre, San Quinn, Spice 1, B-Legit, Outlawz, Papoose

Sean Miguel Thompson, better known by his stage name Sean T, is an American rapper and record producer from East Palo Alto, California. Throughout his career both as a rapper and a producer, he has released seven solo albums, two albums with his group Murder One Gangstas and has worked with some of California's top rappers, including E-40, C-Bo, and 3X Krazy.[1]


Sean T started his career in 1989 as a DJ before becoming a member of the rap group M.O.G. (short for Murder One Gangstas). The group released their debut album Exposed to the Game in 1992. A year later, Sean T released his first solo album entitled Straight from the Streets. In addition to his solo work, Sean T has produced dozens of albums for various West Coast rappers and founded his own Get Gone Records label.


Solo albums[edit]

With Murder One Gangstas[edit]

  • 1992: Exposed to the Game
  • 2002: Still Exposed


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