Quickly becoming the "LGBT Equality Movement's" official minstrel, Sean Chapin, has rocked us with his adorable and poignant videos spoofing Lady Gaga songs, Rebecca Black, and other stars, his pop-life parodies, and some moving original pieces. Sean became a sort of musical activist after the passage of his native California's 'Prop 8,' and has been pumping out song after song almost weekly ever since.
Today, however, Sean released a serious original dance song, and I can't stop playing it. Sean describes it as a song about being "true to yourself," and "not holding back."
In an email to me, Sean wrote "The song is dedicated to LGBT youth who should never be ashamed to be themselves and should always go for it."
The song is amazing, and this is definitely his best video ever. If this doesn't end up on Logo's NewNowNext I'm going to write and record my own parody protest song aimed at the 'Big L!'
It's after the jump.