American rapper, Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, known professionally as Big Sean 2012 album “Detroit,” which featured J. Cole, Chris Brown, Jhené Aiko, and others, is now available on digital music platforms.
The 10-year-old project’s song list now includes a previously unreleased 2019 song called “More Thoughts.”
Sean began working for GOOD Music in 2007. In 2008, he signed with Def Jam, and in 2014, he signed with Roc Nation. Finally Famous, Sean’s debut album, was released in 2011.
Sean released his second album, Hall of Fame, on August 27, 2013, just weeks after appearing on Drake’s “All Me.” Sean’s third studio album is titled Dark Sky Paradise. His first number-one album. The album featured Drake’s “Blessings” and the #11 hit “I Don’t Fuck With You.”
On March 28, 2016, Sean and Jhené Aiko released “TWENTY88.” Both artists turned 28 in 2016, thus the moniker. Babies born in 1988.
In February 2017, his fourth album, I Decided, debuted at No. 1. His second No. 1 album in a row. “Bounce Back,” a double-platinum hit, was included on the album. This is his most successful song to date.
Big Sean and Metro Boomin worked together on Big Sean’s 2015 album Double Or Nothing. This is our first time collaborating.
Later, as a follow-up to his 2012 mixtape, he released Detroit 2. It includes appearances by Eminem, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Post Malone, and others. The 10-minute track “Friday Night Cypher” features Detroit-based rappers. His third No. 1 album in a row.