It's been a little over two years since Big Sean has dropped an album. But the Detroit rapper has been putting in "Overtime."
Making a much-needed return, Big Sean links with Hit-Boy, Key Wane and Milo for a new single fittingly tited, "Overtime." Tapping into "Mixtape Sean," the Detroit spitta drops bars on a number of topics such as overcoming obstacles, mental health, Detroit, and even shouting out fellow native, Eminem.
"Shit, I didn't take a break, my ni**a, I broke. Broke my heart, broke my soul, don't cry for me though. If you don't break nothing down, then it's no room to grow. One mental block leads to another, shit is dominoes."
Additionally, Sean has also teased a new album - which just might be the long-awaited sequel to his 2012 mixtape, "Detroit."