Friday, 24 March 2017

Big Sean Sells Out The Palace of Auburn Hills: Special Guest Kanye West, Mike Posner, J. Cole & More

Big Sean, photo by Jaycee Dolly

Big Sean put on a show that Detroit will remember forever. Starting off with his latest single “Guap“, he walked downstage to reveal himself to the 14,000 fans that was waiting before him. Later on, he then performed “24K“, which features Roc Nation’s J. Cole. As Cole came out for one of the many special guest of the night, the crowd went wild. Making an excuse to leave, such as having to use the bathroom for a moment, Big Sean lend the stage to J. Cole as he performed “Nobody’s Perfect” and “Can’t Get Enough“. Sure he forgot a few lyrics to his song but who cares when you’re having fun, right?

Mike Posner was introduced to The Palace before given a trip down memory lane of how Sean and Posner use to blast music in his basement. They then performed, “Woke Up” with Say It Aint Tone and EarllyMac.

Common shared a quick story of his visits to Detroit and performed “The Light” in tribute to Detroit’s own, J. Dilla. Before going in tears as Big Sean emotionally performed “Memories“, Pusha T pumped the crowd up as “I Don’t Like (Remix)” played thru the speakers.

And last but not least — Concluding the teased ending of the show with “Dance“, Big Sean’s tour DJ, DJ Mo Beatz dropped “Guap“‘s intrumental for a few seconds and the “How It Feel” rapper came back out performing “Clique“. Only, this time he was joined by Kanye West. Teyana Taylor walked out as she bounced to the sounds of West rapping his rhymes. Pusha T and Common soon followed shortly.

After combining their clique, G.O.O.D. Music performed “Mercy” one last time before ending the top concert of 2012.

Big Sean – Live at The Palace of Auburn Hills (Kanye West, Pusha T, J. Cole & More) from jaycee dolly on Vimeo.

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