Big Sean announces the first run of shows for his upcoming Dark Sky Paradise tour. The G.O.O.D. Music artist will kick things off on March 12th and run until May 24th with more dates to be announced. Be sure to cop his Dark Sky Paradise album to get familiar with it before heading out to one of the tour stops.
Big Sean’s album has been on repeat for us since it dropped and for good reason as Dark Sky Paradise is expected to sell above 150k. Today Sean decides to let go of the visual for the lead single and current club jam, “Blessings”, featuring Drake and Kanye West.
With Dark Sky Paradise in stores today, Big Sean of course had to stop by The Breakfast Club to talk about the release, Ariana Grande, ranking himself to other MC’s and plenty more. Watch the full sit down after the jump and be sure to go grab a copy of the album.
With Dark Sky Paradise now available we also get to enjoy the first track, “Dark Sky (Skyscrapers)”, in visual format. Watch the video for it down below and make sure to go cop that album.
After getting to hear the Kanye West and John Legend assisted “One Man Can Change The World”, another leak springs from Big Sean’s upcoming Dark Sky Paradise album. This time we get to hear a track called “Win Some, Lose Some” featuring Jhene Aiko and production from Boi-1da and T-Minus.
Stream the track after the jump and receive a free download of the track when you pre-order the album on iTunes.
Big Sean adds to his Dark Sky Paradise leaks by releasing the Kanye West and John Legend assisted “One Man Can Change The World” as the follow up to “Blessings.” Take a listen down below and pre-order the album now.
As we continue the countdown until Sean releases his Dark Sky Paradise on the 24th the G.O.O.D. Music spitter decides to add a verse to Drizzy’s “Used To” track off his new project.
Hear it below.
Big Sean drops off a new vlog video today where he speaks on the importance of patience and the role it has played in his life during the process of making his upcoming Dark Sky Paradise album.
The Detroit posse cut “Detroit Vs. Everybody” that includes Eminem, Royce, Big Sean, Danny Brown and Dej Loaf gets a matching lyric video today. Watch it after the jump.