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Big Sean Goes Back to His Mixtape Roots on “Detroit” (Listen & Download)Posted by Nathan S. on 09/05/12 | Filed under Top Stories, Downloads, Mixtapes, Big Sean, GOOD Music
But even with the legit "official album" success and G.O.O.D. Music perks, Sean hasn't completely left his free mixtape roots, or his "Detroit" roots. His brand new project features J. Cole, Jhene Aiko, Juicy J, Kendrick Lamar, King Chip, Royce Da 5"9, Young Jeezy and a crapload of other people, with production from Key Wane, Hit-Boy, Lex Luger and more.
I know these days you're supposed to listen to a project for twelve minutes and then declare it either the greatest mixtape in hip-hop history or a pile of poo, but honestly, this shit dropped like three hours ago and I was eating dinner for one of those hours. I'll give my opinion when I feel like I have a legitimate one. In the meantime, those who have actually given it a listen can let RefinedHype Nation know their thoughts in the comments below.
Stream and download link is below the tracklist. Enjoy:
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