Big Sean keeps the Dark Sky Paradise visuals comin with a Martin-themed nostalgic take on “Play No Games” featuring Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign
Not one, but TWO new videos from Big Sean today off Dark Sky Paradise.
He first drops the back and forth video with Kanye West for “All Your Fault” above, and then dresses up as a convincing senior citizen with his guest star and opposite lead Jhene Aiko for “I Know”. Watch em both here.
I knew it was coming and today it’s here — the inspiring music video for Big Sean’s deepest song off Dark Sky Paradise, “One Man Can Change The World” featuring Kanye West & John Legend. This one’s in honor of his late grandma who served in WWII. Enjoy and take heed: one man can change the world.
Much respect to Big Sean with the song choice and the heartfelt dedication preface to his late Grandma on tonight’s Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
This is one of the best songs off Dark Sky Paradise and Sean took the stage to deliver some substance, inspiration, and relatability to the late night audience likely hearing this for the first time. Adding to the emphasis on the words is the subtle, and minimal piano melody that will stick with you just as much as the message. Sean caps it off with a brief, yet again inspiring message to the public that you can be anything you want to be. Cliche, sure, but true and fitting with the song. Give this a good look below.
And if you’re wondering that’s Rose Byrne and LL Cool J along with Jimmy and Big Sean as they also played Pictionary for the fun, late night game below.
Finally, I also suppose a Big Sean post today should warrant mentioning of the official announcement… that he and Ariana Grande have broken up, with reps citing conflicting tour schedules that would keep them apart for a long time. Take it for what it is, but they were cool while it lasted.
Also The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and… from the looks of the pic… new BFF Martin Short!?! Hah! Love the randomness here. Watch a clip of that below the Breakfast Club interview where Sean talks all things album and personal life. Finally, stream the entire album on Spotify as Dark Sky Paradise is in stores today.