Big Sean Talks Life and Career in New Song ‘Halfway Off the Balcony’ [LISTEN]
Today, (Jan 19), Sean's single "Halfway Off the Balcony" has been released, where he talks about his life and successful career up to this point.
"I'm living proof that you don't need a master's just to be a masterpiece / People passing faster than I'm passing weed / My daddy tell me 'Stay strong, son and be the man you have to be' / Hold the ship down, don't crash at sea," he rhymes over Amaire Johnson's production, who also crafted "One Man Can Change the World" among other Big Sean tunes.
Earlier this week, the Detroit rhymer sat down with Zane Lowe for an interview on Apple Music and discussed the new album, it's huge feature and working with Metro Boomin.
"There are Metro Boomin songs that didn't make this album that are crazy," Sean revealed. "It's one that didn't make the album that I think is more than album worthy, but it just didn't make the album ... The quality that Metro brings. Metro Boomin is young, he's like 24 and he has the brightest future ahead of him."
You can listen to "Halfway Off the Balcony" here and purchase Sean's I Decided album on February 3.