At the precise moment that Detroit rapper Big Sean’s new album Dark Sky Paradise was released on Tuesday, he was alone in a hotel room in New York, taking advantage of a one-hour break from interviews and appearances meant to promote the record.
“I just felt so emotional, I just fell to my knees, and I was praying,” Sean told VF.com over the phone a few days later. “I was so thankful, and just crying. I felt like my grandmother was there with me. It was one of the craziest experiences that I have ever been through. I think I will remember t...
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