You Should Know: Sean Glass

by Christie Grimm · March 17, 2016

Dressed head to toe in a palette that ever so coolly screams party, Sean Glass is all up in the music industry. The New York transplant almost does too much to say. He works at Apple Music, owns his own music label, Win Music, has worked with and released some of the more exciting new musicians au moment, and, as if all of that doesn't already keep him busy enough, DJs the sickest warehouse parties around. Take a peak below to find out more on this beyond interesting peacock of a person!

Name: Sean Glass
Occupation: I do a bunch of stuff. I can’t even write with a pen though.
Place of birth: NYC
Instagram / Twitter: @SDOTGLASS
Zodiac Sign: Leo

What do you actually do all day? Music. Apple stuff. Read comics. Play clash of clans. 

Favorite song growing up? Ultra Light Beam - I knew even then. Ye came to me in a dream and foretold of Chances Rising.  

My biggest secret is… I wish I were gay. I’d be more interesting. I worship gay black men, but that’s not a secret. 

Why do you live in Los Angeles? Ugh, LA sucks. NYC is better. I live here because music industry is here and I love getting work done and capitalizing. 

My motto is... LISTEN TO THE KIDS, BRO!! 

My alter ego is… Ye. or Saint. or Nori. 

The last drink I had was… Oolong tea - all day erryday. 

My secret crush is… My Grandma twinnie. Not secret. Ok. Um. Whitney Wolfe. For real. Shes amazing. Download bumble. (PLUG!)

What was your first job? Apple music when I was 30 years old. Legit never had a real job before. But this still isn’t real real. I do so much fun stuff. 

If you had one day left to live in LA, what would you do? Exactly what I’m already doing, I’d prob try to fuck a bit more tho. 

Coming from? Going to? My apartment. My office, I guess. Maybe some juice en route. Maybe ditch and go to BHH and chill by the pool and drink tea x milkshakes #majorkey. 

What is your favorite work of art? This random print from some weird wedding photo I found at Nick Metropolis’ store. It makes me have an interesting convo about the nature of art with everyone who comes to my apartment. 

Who should we know? LARRY JACKSON.