Following the success of his Cruel Summer hits (“Mercy”, “Clique”) as well as Meek Mill’s “Burn”, Big Sean cordially invited fans to his hometown with his fourth mixtape, Detroit. The Motor City’s new shining star travels down the road to stardom on the opener “Higher” and depicts his lavish lifestyle over the soulful sounds of Barry White on “How I Feel”. Right on! Sean Don keeps the celebratory tracks intact (“Experimental”, “FFOE”, “Woke Up”) while stacking more than enough bread with French Montana on “Mula”. Things aren’t all boastful though as Big displays his vulnerability and lyrical growth alongside fellow rhyme slingers like Royce Da 5’9″ and Kendrick Lamar (“100″) and J.Cole (“24 Karats Of Gold”). Cohesive and conceptual with skits from Common, Young Jeezy, and Snoop Lion, Detroit feels like a Def Jam album. Take your time with Hall Of Fame cause this collection was heaven sent. Oh God!