Sean Garrett joins the growing group of artists who owe money to Uncle Sam.
Though Sean Garrett may have written hits for the likes of Ciara, Nicki Minaj, and countless others, he apparently hasn't found a way to pay his taxes.
TMZ reports that Garrett owes the back taxes for the years 2006 and 2007, totaling $732,553.57.
The report further provides that BMI, which collects Garrett's royalties, to garnish the singer/songwriter's wages.
Garrett inked a deal with Roc Nation/Columbia in 2010, after it was widely reported that he was signing to Lil Wayne's Young Money Records. Garrett had worked on Nicki Minaj's "Massive Attack," which was featured on the rapper's debut album, Pink Friday.
Garrett has produced an astonishing 15 number one singles in his career.