Big Sean delivers a heartfelt visual for his Dark Sky Paradise album-cut “One Man Can Change The World” featuring Kanye West and John Legend.
In the visual, Sean’s reminisces about his late grandmother Mildred V. Leonard, who was one of the first female black captains in World War II, Detroit’s first black female police officer, and lastly, a teacher and counselor of Detroit’s Public School system — serving 30 years.
Big Sean says via IG:
In times of tragedy let’s remember that One Man Can Change The World. It took a lot of living for me to realize that.
Check out the visual below:
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#rp @adidasoriginals #1 fan aka mom sharing the joy and making sure that kids in Detroit have a reason to smile too. My mom was the first person I rapped for n honestly at that moment she could of shot me down n killed my dream, but instead she believed in me more than I believed in me. So Luv to her n to the parents that are their kids # 1 fan #imaginedby
Much love to Big Sean.
– Stay Fly!