The rapper flaunts his toned upper body against the scenic views of Hawaii in his brand new music video.
G.O.O.D. Music label rapper Big Sean wraps up his very busy month of August, dropping one track after another practically days apart of each other, with the premiere of his new "10 2 10" music video. The No I.D.-produced track is part of his recently-released sophomore studio album "Hall of Fame".
Shot in Hawaii, the three-and-a-half-minute visuals are filled with scenic images of the lush mountains and the beach, which is what this island-state is popular for. With a megaphone in his hand, Big Sean dishes out his rap verses with a backdrop of the urbanscape behind him. He dedicates his song to his hustlers, tweeting, "This for the paper chasers... grindin!"
"I woke up working like I'm Mexican/ That mean I work from 10 to 10/ Then 10 to 10, then 10 again/ Nightmares of losing everything boost my adrenaline," Big Sean raps about the hardwork he went through to get to where he's at now in his career, working like "I got 3 jobs like im Jamaican though."
"Hall of Fame", which he described as a more inspirational and conceptually-driven project than his 2011-released debut album "Finally Famous", features an all-star line-up of collaborators that include the likes of Nas, Common, 2 Chainz, Kid Cudi, Juicy J, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, Miguel and Young Jeezy.
Big Sean's "10 2 10" music video