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Big Sean and Post Malone deliver new “Wolves” visual

The collaboration can be found on ‘Detroit 2.’

Big Sean and Post Malone
Big Sean and Post Malone
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Back in September, Big Sean delivered his fifth studio album Detroit 2, which boasted 21 tracks and additional features from Nipsey Hussle, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhené Aiko, Anderson .Paak, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, and more. Today, he unveils a new visual from the project for the Post Malone-assisted “Wolves,” which is produced by Teddy Walton, Sam Austin, and Take a Daytrip and sees the two artists connecting family and loyalty to the law of the wolfpack:

“I got loyalty in blood, I do anything for love, and everything for us, doing everything like everything ain’t been too much, you know my favorite time to come through for you is the clutch/

Last second, what a rush, look I’m the type to talk to the stars, straight up, these ain’t tattoos, these are scars, my young dogs will tear you and the witnesses apart.../”

The visual takes on a more abstract feel than previous clip from the G.O.O.D. music artist, which him and his Texan counterpart performing from a warehouse location. Big Sean’s mother, Myra Anderson, makes a powerful appearance throughout the clip.

In addition to his music releases, Big Sean has become one of the bigger advocates within hip hop in regards to educating our communities about mental health. As previously reported by REVOLT, Big Sean revealed that he was dealing with certain issues of his own and, as a result, had trouble finding inspiration to create new music:

“I feel like I was broken. I would try and be in a studio [and] I couldn’t think of anything. I would try to feel good and I couldn’t feel good ... You might be ready either for something else, or — in my case — I just had to rediscover it.”

Fans can press play on Big Sean and Post Malone’s “Wolves” video below.

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