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Big Sean - Detroit 2

G.O.O.D./ Roc Nation

Project highlight:

Sean Don/Sean Anderson/Big Sean delivered a full-bodied album to your door like UberEats & not because it has a whole 21 tracks. Did I mention TWENTY ONE tracks of beats and rhymes!?

Feel hype and inspired by 'Why Would I Stop' and 'Still I Rise' and 'Harder than My Demons'? Feel like showing someone why they need to come correct on 'Respect It'. Sean Don always brings these vibes every album. All while smacking every beat around with bar after bar after bar.

Mixing in some brief intermissions with skits from Dave Chapelle, Erykah Badu, & Stevie Wonder. What kind of illuminati connections does this man have, to get those 3 greats for skits on his album. 'Detroit 2' doesn't sound like a compilation album even with features from: Nipsey Hussle (RIP), Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhene Aiko, Dwele, Anderson .Paak, Wale, Young Thug, Hit-Boy, Travis Scott, Key-Wane, Diddy, Weezy F Baby and lastly closing the album with Dom Kennedy. That's without mentioning posse cut, 'Friday Night Cypher', that includes Detroit spitters: Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Cash Kidd, Payroll Giovanni, 42 Dugg, Boldy James, Drego, Sada Baby, Royce Da 5'9, and lastly Eminem. In that order!

Standout Track: Friday Night Cypher

"My girl say I have communication issues, No I don't, I just don't like sharing all my problems more than the results" - Big Sean. Quote that on your Facebook or Twitter, goofy. "You ain't on my level, even if we in the same building, on the same floor" - Big Sean. He had to come hard when he's on a track with 10 other Detroit rappers who all came spittin' darts like Wu Tang says.

Quotable Bar(s):

"Soldiers 'round me, we done been through Major Payne (major pain)" - 'Respect It'

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