Big Sean shuts down Detroit in the celebratory video for “Guap,” the first single off his sophomore album Hall of Fame, due in early 2013. The Motor City rapper parades down Woodward Avenue in a boat, throwing out money and sharing the joyous moment with his friends and family. The party continues at club Bleu, where Sean got his start, and ends with fireworks over the city in his honor.
“‘Guap’ [will be] one of those classic hip-hop videos [that] key rappers always have had in their careers, like Jay-Z with ‘Izzo (H.O.V.A.),’” the G.O.O.D. Music MC told MTV News. “It’s legendary because you come back to your city and shut it down to that degree. We shut down the biggest street in the city, kids came out—they were skipping school, which is kinda f**ked up, but we had an awesome time. I really saw how the city was showing love to me and the production in the video is all just sky high.”
Celebrate Sean’s homecoming in the feel-good clip.
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