D-PAN ENTERTAINMENT/WEB ENTERTAINMENT
“WATCH THESE HANDS”
July 31, 2013
Just a few months ago we brought you “Mood Swings”, and “I’m Deaf” by one of our most accomplished, inspiring artists Sean Forbes, and once again we are pleased to present a fresh, new clip from the main man himself. His video clips have been known to be jam-packed with motivational scenes, and “Watch These Hands” is full of them!
From rock to rap, his music contains elements of a multitude of genres, but specifically targets contemporary hip-hop listeners—Sean Forbes’ dream of music for every one has transformed the way in which deaf people perceive music. With a passion that cannot be compared to any contemporary hip-hop singer, Sean presents music to the hearing impaired as “beautiful symphonies of thought and expression.”
Since 2008, he has performed in over forty cities across the country including college campuses, popular retail stores such as Barnes and Noble, and live venues. His debut LP Perfect Imperfection was released in September of 2012 and gained Forbes a strong and significant fan base. From the artist who brought us “Def Deaf Girls” and “Bob Dylan (Was the First Rapper),” HIP Video Promo presents “Watch These Hands.”
The video clip takes on a familiar style, like that of Forbes’ most recent ones known to date. With stylized words that flutter across the scene, “Watch These Hands” is Sean’s creative way of reaching out to the hearing impaired. However, you don’t have to be deaf in order to like and understand the importance of this inspiring artists’ music. The song is in your face and the video justifies the exact notion of Sean Forbes’ unique ability to motivate and inspire music listeners of every genre.
Sean Forbes has inspired a multitude of music listeners and will continue to do so through witty lyrics and motivational scenes in his music video “Watch These Hands.” For the latest news and any upcoming information on Sean Forbes, please contact Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo staff at (732)-613-1779 or email us at [email protected] /a>. You can also visit www.DeafAndLoud.com or www.D-PAN.org for more information on Sean Forbes.
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