Big Sean is taking some time to work on new music. You may remember a few weeks ago he announced that he was set to head on The "Unfriendly Reminder Tour" With Playboi Carti, Shy Glizzy and Gashi. The tours concept is what got Sean's fans excited as he explained that this tour wouldn't be just to support anyone album he was dropping but was more of a tour for his fans. The video which accompanied the announcement of the shows explained that before the Detroit rapper performed in your city, you the fans would have the chance to pick the setlist for the concert themselves. This gave fans the possibility to here songs that Big Sean had never even performed live before.
With an extremely cool concept for the tour, it seemed everything was set to start in April and come to New York on May 18th. Unfortunately, there has seemed to be a change of plans for the artist as the whole tour has now been postponed. A note was posted on the website of The Orlando, Florida venue, where he was set to kick off the tour, saying:
“To all my fans: I’ve been in a deep creative space and decided I need to stay focused in the studio - so, unfortunately, I am postponing my upcoming tour. I learned in life you have to follow your intuition - I hope you do the same. Thank you for your continued love and support. It means the world to me. Trust, we are working on something special for you all.” - Big Sean
Although it is a bummer we won't be getting this extremely cool tour experience in New York as expected in May, we can look forward to possibly hearing new music from Sean.
The last solo album the "Bounce Back" rapper put out "I Decided", went Platinum back in October of 2017, and featured huge names such Migos, Eminem, Jhene Aiko + more! Sean also recently dropped a collab tape with Hip-Hop producer Metro Boomin titled "Double or Nothing".