Big Sean recently performed for the first time during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Motor City rapper returned to The Tonight Show to promote the release of his new album Detroit 2.
During the performance, Sean transformed the soundstage into his childhood living room while rapping alongside his day ones. The performance includes a signature Spike Lee dolly shot of the “Body Language” rapper, catapulting Sean out of his living room and in front of elders and two flower bouquets.
During the appearance, Big Sean also sat down and chatted with Jimmy Fallon for a virtual interview where the rapper shared how he caught his father smoking with Wiz Khalifa and how Stevie Wonder made a cameo on his new album.
“I was even thinking about pushing my album date back, but I had already announced it,” said Sean, who hopes to collaborate more with the legendary singer. “And then if we do happen to do work together, me and Stevie, I don’t wanna rush that. You gotta do it the right way.”
Sean also was forthright about his struggle with depression. “I was at a point in my life where I was depressed as I had ever been. I felt broken inside, honestly, and I felt like I hit a wall,” said Sean, who went to therapy. “It was even too hard for me to get through the day and I was questioning my own life.”
Watch Big Sean’s performance below.