Def Jam RecordingsBig Sean celebrated his 33rd birthday Thursday, releasing his music video for “Lucky Me/Still I Rise.”
The visual finds Sean performing both songs from his latest album, Detroit 2, accompanied by a band of instrumentalists and Hit-Boy, who produced “Lucky Me.”
Sean opens up about his surprising heart disease diagnosis on “Lucky Me” and a past break-up on “Still I Rise,” featuring Dom Kennedy, who was absent from the video.
Thursday evening, Sean took to Instagram to share photos from his childhood to now, as a celebratory birthday post to himself, while giving fans an update about new music.
“I’m still the dreamer I was in the last pic. I just seen a few turn real,” wrote Sean in the caption, sharing photos from his childhood to now. “New music soon too. Time to have some fun with this.”
Big Sean has embraced nothing but high vibrations since releasing his fifth album, Detroit 2, which topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart last September. It features Young Thug, Lil Wayne, Diddy, Anderson .Paak, and more, including Sean’s longtime bae, Jhené Aiko.
Last year, Sean released music video for “Body Language” with Jhené and Ty Dolla $ign, “Wolves” with Post Malone, “Lithuania” with Travis Scott and most recently for “Deep Reverence” with Nipsey Hussle.
By Rachel George
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