Sun 2 Dec 2012
Big Sean can officially say he’s reached stadium status now. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper has a night he’ll never forget on Saturday night in Detroit, as he performed at The Palace of Auburn Hills in front of his hometown fans of Detroit. The homecoming show was a memorable one, as the stylish MC called on a few friends to join him on stage.
From long-time friend and fellow Detroit native Mike Posner, to J. Cole for their Detroit collaboration “24 Karats of Gold,” the star-studded evening was only beginning. After Pusha T and Common blessed the stage, the biggest roars came as Kanye West touched the stage to the sounds of G.O.O.D. Music’s “Clique.” Shortly after, the whole Getting Out Our Dreams squad (including Teyana Taylor) rocked to the crew’s #1 hit “Mercy.” Big Sean also used the moment to announce the launch of the Sean Anderson Foundation, a non-profit organization to help assist and promote education, health, and safety to the youth of his hometown.
Catch photos and footage after the jump….
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