Big Sean had time. The Detroit legend slid to Los Angeles to sit with the L.A. Leakers and go off for Freestyle #122.
While sitting with the Leakers, Big Sean tackled JAY-Z’s “Dear Summer,” Drake’s “Love All,” Kanye West’s “Hurricane,” before wrapping up with “Who Want Smoke??” from Nardo Wick.
Big Sean isn’t only dropping bars. He is dropping dollars to support the youth. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan (BGCSM) has announced the opening of its third Industry Club, which will provide paid workforce experience for young people interested in pursuing a career in the sports, esports, and entertainment industries. The Industry Club will employ nearly 200 Detroit youth each year, ages 14 and up.
Big Sean, Detroit Pistons, Detroit Red Wings, and more have invested $1.5 million into the workforce and entrepreneur development program.
The donation from Big Sean is from his Sean Anderson Foundation, which will provide the new Industry Club with a production studio location.
“Sean and I are excited to be able to support the opening of the second Sean Anderson Foundation Production Studio for the Boys & Girls Club of Southeastern Michigan,” said Myra Anderson, Executive Director and President, Sean Anderson Foundation. “The Studio is an opportunity to expose youth, not only to the inner workings of the music industry, but to also assist them in their emotional, mental, and spiritual development.”
You can learn more about that partnership here.