Big Sean opens recording studio at old high school

“One Man Can Change The World”?

Big Sean embodies his own song by giving back to his alma mater high school, Cass Tech in Detroit. The students raised their ACT scores as part of their deal with Sean, so with the help of adidas, he opened the Sean Anderson Studio of Infinite Possibilities at his old high school. That’s right, a recording studio! (And I love that name.)

Here’s Sean talking to the local news about the deep, personal meaning behind this one (it goes without saying.) Major applause for his efforts here. Wouldn’t it be cool if Detroit’s next rap star came from the Studio of Infinite Possibilities?

Up next for Sean musically: the video for “One Man Can Change The World”, in honor of his late grandma who served as one of the first African-American captains in WWII. Lookin’ forward to that.

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Riley Curry sings “Blessings”

The star of the Western Conference Finals wasn’t Steph, it was Riley Curry.

The adorable 2-year old daughter of Steph made another instant viral appearance at the podium on the heels of the Warriors’ series-clinching W.

The hip hop connection: Waaaay up I feel blessed. Drake was quick to take note too. Haha. Everything above/below… so great.

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Also in the house for the Warriors win: Kanye West & Lil B.

Ye took in the action from the front row as guest of Warriors owner Peter Gruber. Lil B was there to root on his Golden State Warriors and levy his curse against James Harden in person. It worked. Harden had an NBA Playoff record 13 turnovers. Hah, pretty great.

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