Rapper Big Sean celebrated the release of his new album, 'Hall of Fame,' with his hometown city of Detroit Saturday (Aug. 31) at DTE Energy Music Theatre.

It's no secret that the Motor City is going through a financial crisis but all of that was put to the wayside as the 25-year-old emcee brought the hits and a few special guests to his two-hour concert.

Two of the biggest rap stars on the planet -- Drake and Nicki Minaj -- joined Big Sean onstage to show their support for the G.O.O.D. Music artist.

Drizzy hit the stage and performed 'All Me' before he rocked the crowd of 12,000 fans with his get-money anthem, 'Started from the Bottom.' Then it was Queen Barbz turn as she assisted Big Sean on 'Dance (A$$)' and 'MILF,' which is from his 'Hall of Fame' album.

“I’ve never come to a Big Sean show, but this n---- gotta be one of the most genuine people I’ve ever met in the music business," Minaj told the crowd (quotes courtesy of MLive.com). “I thank you guys for coming out tonight to support him because he’s one of those n----s who’s really who he says he is."

Another special guest close to Big Sean's heart also graced the stage that night -- his mother Myra. During his heartwarming rendition of 'Memories,' Sean hugged his mother and was seen wiping tears from his face.