Big Sean brings G.O.O.D Music, big hits to recent tour stop in Atlanta


Big Sean served as the opening act to J. Cole’s Forest Hills Drive tour and the Detroit native proved that he’s worthy of being a headliner.

Rather you view him as an A-list rapper or not, it’s hard to deny Big Sean’s impressive catalog of hits. During his stop at Aaron’s Amphitheater in Atlanta, Big Sean reminded fans of why he has remained relevant over the past six years.

He performed “Mercy”, “Don’t Like”, “Marvin & Chardonnay,” and “My Last.” He also performed several songs from his latest album, Dark Sky Paradise. Fan favorites included “Blessings,” and “I Don’t F— with You.”

But the most touching song Big Sean performed was the dedication to his grandmother, who served during World War II, “One Man Can Change the World.” After the song, he took a moment to inspire concertgoers to reach for their dreams.

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Photos: A.R. Shaw

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