“Dark Sky Paradise” is undeniably Sean’s best work yet. The 26-year-old Detroit Rapper who was signed to Kanye’s G.O.O.D Music in 2007, Def Jam in ’08 and recently to Roc Nation in 2014 is thriving; but the 15- tracked album “Dark Sky Paradise” isn’t quite what you expect. Big Sean’s abrasive lyric and up beat sound is much different from his first two studio albums “Finally Famous” and “Hall of Fame”. Still in his laid-back mode and charmingly witty, the artist seems to be gaining more momentum, which might be accredited ever since dropping the song ‘Control’ featuring Kendrick Lamar. But the artists’ latest freestyle, which covers Beyoncé’s ‘Me, Myself & I’ beat was a smart move for Big Sean and straight fire!
Recently on Power 105.1 he discussed the new “Dark Sky Paradise’ album and his relationship with artist Ariana
Grande. Sean mentions that the completion of the album represented being on a different level, which might explain the sexy song he did with his girlfriend entitled ‘Research’. The LP which also features Chris Brown, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhene Aiko, Drake, E-40, John Legend, Kanye West and Lil Wayne is remotely solid. On the album Sean claims ‘One man could change the world’ as one of his best songs of the album mainly because it is bout his girl and grandma, whom Sean wanted to share the song with before she passed.
Immediate standouts of the compilation are ‘All your Fault’, Stay Down’,‘ Research, ‘Blessings’ and ‘Win some or lose some’ which has a clip of Big Sean‘s father on the end, giving you a real feeling of Sean’s journey.
In its entity Big Sean fans would be proud, Sean successfully delivered both a good body of work on “Dark Sky Paradise” and even displayed a clear message of never giving up, and remaining true to yourself, while lyrically flipping the bird at the haters.
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