And breaks his 'no interviews' policy...
Big Sean

Ahead of his fourth solo album 'I Decided.' dropping in just over two weeks, G.O.O.D Music's Big Sean passes through Beats 1's Los Angeles studio tonight to break his silence (and 'No More Interviews' policy) on the new LP with Zane Lowe.

After a busy year that saw him touring the world with Rihanna and joining forces with girlfriend Jhené Aiko to form 'Twenty88', Big Sean intends to take 2017 head on and opens up to Zane about the transformation he underwent with his last solo album 'Dark Sky Paradise'.

"I just feel like before 'Dark Sky Paradise' I was not executing my full potential," he admits. "I feel like 'Dark Sky Paradise' was a blueprint for a lot of my future albums. It was definitely the foundation, it was the base of a house I’m building that I want to look back on 100 years from now and people to hear that.”

The Detroit rapper also gave some explanation behind the title of his new record, and the importance of its full-stop. "This album is my snapshot of what I’m going through right now, what I’m feeling like. 'I Decided.' means so many things. I feel like life is all about the decisions you make. This is what I decided. That’s why I put a period on the end of it because this is definitive."

Check out some clips below and tap into Beats 1 tonight from 6pm to hear the full conversation.

Words: Grant Brydon

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