Detroit 2 Big Sean
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- 1Why Would I Stop?02:32
- 2Lucky Me04:08
- 3Deep Reverence03:50
- 5Body Language03:45
- 6Story By Dave Chappelle02:35
- 7Harder Than My Demons02:11
- 8Everything That's Missing03:14
- 10Guard Your Heart04:18
- 11Respect It03:27
- 13Full Circle02:59
- 14Time In02:57
- 15Story By Erykah Badu02:10
- 17The Baddest03:09
- 18Don Life03:15
- 19Friday Night Cypher09:28
- 20Story By Stevie Wonder02:14
- 21Still I Rise03:08
Info for Detroit 2
Multi-platinum-selling artist Big Sean announced his forthcoming album with a trailer, offering a sneak peek at his latest songs, alongside images of the city, and footage from the studio. “Detroit, to me, is home,” he says in the video. “But I feel like it’s more than just a city, you know? It’s, for real, a mentality.”
He adds, “It feels like a whole new energy in the city, you know? It’s inspiring to watch. To the point that it inspired me to go harder than ever. It’s like the phoenix rising up [from] the ashes.”
Sean’s widely-acclaimed 2012 ode to his hometown, which followed his debut LP, Finally Famous, featured an all-star line-up of guest talent, including Common, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Jhené Aiko, and Snoop Dogg. Since then, Big Sean has released three more studio albums, including 2015’s Dark Sky Paradise and 2017’s I Decided – both of which hit No.1 on the Billboard 200. Also in 2017, Sean released a collaborative LP with Metro Boomin, Double or Nothing. The record featured appearances from Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, and Young Thug, among others.
While few additional details have been revealed yet for Detroit 2, the artist has released a selection of album-themed merchandise, available exclusively on his website, including a trucker hat, t-shirt, tote bag, and face mask. All products will include a digital download link for the album on September 4.
Last year, Sean issued a series of singles, including “Overtime,” “Single Again,” and “Bezerk” feat. ASAP Ferg and Hit-Boy. The artist can also be heard on Jhene Aiko’s track “None of Your Concern,” off her latest album Chilombo. Mirroring reality, the song finds the exes looking back at their relationship, and reflecting on how to properly move on.
"When I turned 30 and I moved to Slash’s old house in Beverly Hills," he said of his tipping point. "It’s like a dream house, a dream neighborhood. And I was the most unhappy I’ve ever been in my life, and that really don’t make sense because these are some of the things that I always wanted. That’s when I realized that all these things that are conditional can’t really give me the unconditional love that I was in dire need of. That you come to a point in life where you realize that the car, the house, whatever it is that you thought you wanted, was just a temporary fix. And what I really was looking for was the fulfillment that only following your heart and being passionate can give you. I took some time to work on myself and I was able to have a good therapist, good mentors… I truthfully feel like it’ll really shine through on the full album."
With over a quarter-billion YouTube views, 7-time BET Award-winning and Grammy® nominated superstar Big Sean has enjoyed a massive career in hip-hop since he emerged in 2011, with his debut album Finally Famous on Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music / Def Jam imprint. The album spun off consecutive top-charted pop/R&B/rap crossover smashes with “My Last” featuring Chris Brown (RIAA gold), “Marvin & Chardonnay” featuring Kanye West and Roscoe Dash (platinum), and “Dance (A$$)” featuring Nicki Minaj (3x-platinum). Sean was a major collaborator on Kanye’s groundbreaking Cruel Summer album in 2012, and shared multi-platinum success with Kanye on the Grammy®-nominated “Mercy” (also featuring Pusha T and 2 Chainz), and “Clique” (with Jay Z). Sean’s Hall Of Fame album followed in 2013, including “Guap” (platinum) and “Beware” featuring Lil Wayne and Jhené Aiko (gold). Dark Sky Paradise (2015) was Sean’s first platinum and first album to debut #1 on Soundscan. It reigned on the charts with the #1 “IDFWU” featuring E-40 (3×-platinum), “Blessings” featuring Drake and Kanye West (2×-platinum), and “One Man Can Change the World” featuring Kanye West and John Legend (gold), for which Sean also won his first VMA. He co-headlined J. Cole’s mammoth 27-city Forest Hills Drive Tour of the U.S. and Canada in July-August 2015 with fellow Def Jam MCs YG and Jeremih; and supported the European (closing) leg of label mate Rihanna’s 2016 ANTI tour.
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