Big Sean‘s new album, Dark Sky Paradise, is out today and the promotion for the new project is only just getting started The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is slated to perform at the 2015 mtvU Woodie Awards, which air live on MTV on March 20, at SXSW.

Big Sean experienced a reality check in more ways in one after release his second LP, Hall of Fame, a time he describes as a low point. Creative blocks, a public breakup, and his grandmother’s death, among other things, would shape his next body of work, Dark Sky Paradise, which kicks off with “Dark Sky (Skyscrapers).”

Big Sean is feeling so blessed (pun intended) that he decided to drop off a freebie release ours before Dark Sky Paradise releases.

Big Sean has been a superstar rapper for some time now and even when he tries to hold a stable relationship, this thing called life tends to happens. On his upcoming third studio album, Dark Sky Paradise, the G.O.O.D. Music starting forward details his countless trysts with females along the way, but according to his […]

Track three on Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise album, “All Your Fault,” is a true G.O.O.D. Music affair, as it features a verse by Kanye West and production from Travi$ Scott.

Big Sean can make rap fans move in clubs, parties, etc., but it’s his self-reflective work that pulls on your heartstrings. That can be heard on “Win Some, Lose Some,” featuring Jhené Aiko, from his upcoming Dark Sky Paradise album.

Big Sean’s new album, Dark Sky Paradise, is almost here but first he drops “One Man Can Change The World,” featuring his G.O.O.D. Music brethren John Legend and Kanye West. 

Big Sean will not be forgotten in this week’s shuffle of new music. That said, he gets some bars off on “Used To.”

Kanye West wasn’t the first G.O.O.D. Music artist to officially rock with adidas. That would be Big Sean, and the Detroit rapper and Complex hit up the adidas store on Melrose in Los Angeles to talk kicks.

Big Sean had a concert in Los Angeles last night (February 7) and after rocking the stage for self brought A-list rap guests including J. Cole, Kanye West, Meek Mill & more. His mom was there, too. 

Big Sean wasted no time doubling his “Blessings” by releasing the Kanye West-powered remix to his new single. The decision not to allow the original any breathing room was a calculated move, as evidenced from the footage where the two G.O.O.D. Music flag bearers discussed its recording process.

It’s full steam ahead for G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean, whose third studio album Dark Sky Paradise releases on February 24. Giving the Internets time to enjoy “Blessings,” featuring Kanye West and Drake, the rapper unveils the complete tracklist.