Big Sean has removed himself from the shadows of G.O.O.D Music's impressive roster and entourage to become a focal leader of the crew. His upcoming album, Hall Of Fame, should solidify Sean's spot as a superstar in rap, and thinking back, he has really made big strides since his XXL Freshman days. "Fire", a single released July 29 from the Hall Of Fame album, is now accompanied by a video. The song touches on situations where the rapper felt he wasn't paid his fair dues and his progress to where he now is, and burning all the negatives in the "fire."
Pleasant surprise, hip-hop's favorite white girl Miley Cyrus stars in the video that only features Sean's omnipresent voice rapping throughout. The video is comparable to the visuals for a fashion house's lookbook. The glitzy transition mid-video is an interesting addition as well. At this point I may have given too much of the video away, but realistically, you'll probably watch this video more than once. The production is courtesy of DJ Camper.
Watch below and go grab Hall Of Fame on August 27.