Big Sean's album I Decided. just went gold last month, and he made an extra push toward a platinum plaque for the album with two new music videos released in the same weekend.
On Friday, Sean released the video for "Light," the Jeremih-assisted album opener that sees him speaking about racial discrimination and issues in his hometown. The poignant visual sees Sean picking up the souls of three victims of violence: a little girl killed as a bystander in a drive-by shooting, two unarmed black men shot by police and a Muslim woman who is profiled and stabbed.
Two days later, there was a completely different video for "Jump Out The Window." In this video, Sean hops into a video game to save a damsel in distress. The video switches between real life and 2D images, being one of Sean's most creative videos to date.
Both videos are directed by Sean's in-house director Lawrence Lamont, who directed his football-themed "IDFWU" video with Kanye West and J. Cole's video of "G.O.M.D." that depicts a slave revolt.
Big Sean released I Decided. in February, landing the number one spot on the Billboard 200 in its first week. He toured for the album in the months that followed.