Big Sean Has A New Album Coming, But His New Single Features Mixtape Rhyming (Audio)

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Tonight (December 22), Big Sean announced he has a new album coming in early 2017. I Decided, Sean’s fourth studio LP, will be released on February 3, via G.O.O.D. Music and Def Jam. The offering will be Sean’s first album in two years to the month, following 2015’s Dark Sky Paradise.

Big Sean – Detroit (Mixtape)

Previous single, “Bounce Back,” will be included on the album, and his song “Living Single,” featuring Jeremih and Chance The Rapper, which was leaked over the Summer, is reported to be a part of the LP, as well. Sean announced the album and its pre-sale, via social media. His Instagram post also includes what appears to be the album’s artwork.

In addition to revealing the title and release date for I Decided, Sean has unleashed the new song, “Moves,” from the project and it features a return to the kind of hard rhyming longtime fans remember from mixtapes like his Finally Famous series. The single is now available for purchase on iTunes.

Sean’s album joins an already impressive list of early 2017 releases that includes Run The Jewels 3, Fabolous & Jadakiss’ Freddy vs. Jason, and more.