Music Mp3 Don Life Big Sean Feat. Lil Wayne
As one of the “big four” lyricists of his class — an esteemed group that includes himself, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole — Big Sean’s brand new album Detroit 2 is a welcome addition to the year. Boasting features from Jhené Aiko, Nipsey Hussle, Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign, Anderson. Paak, Wale, Young Thug, the entire city of Detroit, and Lil Wayne, there’s plenty to unpack on the lengthy project.
And while starting at the beginning if often recommended, it’s hard not to immediately gravitate toward a Tunechi feature, especially when it comes equipped with some Hit-Boy production.
Over a triumphant and hard-hitting banger, Sean Don sets it off with purpose, his boundless energy consistent across the entire project. There’s a reason he’s held in such high esteem, his flow easily worthy of the game’s top tier. “I’m just sending all my graces up to my creator, no negotiation, this is world domination,” he raps. “You can fill the trophy cases up with nominations, I’m the Alpha-Omega, that means you can’t replace us.”