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Stream & Download Big Sean’s 4th Studio Album ‘I Decided.’

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Big Sean’s fourth studio album I Decided. is here! The 14-track album brings exciting features from Eminem, Jeremih, Migos, The Dream, Twenty88 (Jhene Aiko), Starrah and more. 

I Decided. has a few successful singles "Bounce Back", "Moves", "Halfway Off the Balcony", and "Sunday Morning Jetpack" which all sounded great and got us stoked for the full project. This new album is actually a concept album in which Sean takes the perspective of an older version of himself speaking to the current Big Sean giving him advice to avoid making the same mistakes. He calls it his most meaningful release to date and is filled with skits to get his message across. Sean delivers some of his finest and most mature content to date on his latest. Enjoy!

Big Sean - I Decided. | iTunes 

Gallant - Skipping Stones (feat. Jhené Aiko) : R&B / Soul

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Quickly rising singer Gallant is coming hot off a successful 2015 in which he joined Zhu on the Mind of a Genius label, released his breakout single “Weight In Gold,” and toured alongside Sufjan Stevens in addition to launching his new acoustic video series “In The Room.” Now Gallant has recently shared on social media that his debut album is finished, and we couldn’t be more excited. 

This LA based singer aims to reshape the R&B landscape with his piercing falsetto vocals, and he’s back flexing his rare voice with Skipping Stones, a two-track digital release out Friday, 2/5 on Red Bull Sound Select. He’s released the title track “Skipping Stones” featuring the alurring vocals of fellow R&B singer Jhene Aiko and was co-produced by Stint and Adrian Younge, a master sampler & hip hop producer who’s worked with Ghostface Killah, Jay Z, DJ Premier, and more. This new track blends laid back, organic guitar, bass, horns, and keyboard instrumentation with raw drums utilizing a crashing snare; setting the stage for Gallant’s soulful vocals to shine atop. The second track off this release this Friday is Gallant's "Borderline" collaboration with James Fauntleroy we previously covered.

Gallant's - Skipping Stones (feat. Jhene Aiko)

Big Sean - All Your Fault ft. Kanye West (Music Video)

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Still fresh after the release of Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise album, he has unleashed a crazy new music video for the highlight song off the album. Sean brought Kanye West out to the club on the ferocious video for their “All Your Fault” collaboration, and you might want some 3D glasses for these frantic, psychedelic, party oriented visuals. They display their undeniable chemistry as they trade bars while the video effects make it look like they are holograms in a club as the visuals represent the intensity of the song, and A$AP Ferg even makes a cameo. I imagine these two bring the same energy displayed in this video to their studio sessions. Enjoy!

Big Sean - All Your Fault (ft. Kanye West)

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