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Big Sean returns with “Overtime”, first new song in two years: Stream

Detroit native talks heartbreak and growth on his latest offering

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Big Sean, photo by Philip Cosores

    Big Sean is finally returning to the spotlight after a two-year dormancy. Following collaborations with both DJ Khaled and Kash Doll, the Detroit-born rapper is back today with “Overtime”, his first solo song since 2017.

    “I didn’t take a break my n*gga, I broke/ Broke my heart, broke my soul/ Don’t cry for me though,” Big Sean rhymes on the Hit-Boy-co-produced track. “If you don’t break nothing down then it’s no room to grow.” Fans speculate the lovelorn lyrics are a reference to his breakup with R&B singer Jhené Aiko.

    Hear it down below. Update – July 26th: Big Sean has dropped a second track in “Single Again”.

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    Big Sean linked up with producer Metro Boomin on the collaborative album Double or Nothing from 2017, however his last solo LP came with I Decided from earlier that year. The MC has a handful of dates on the horizon, and tickets can be purchased tickets here.

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