Rapper Big Sean is giving fans a cautionary song about love and jealousy with 'Beware,' the first single from his upcoming LP, 'Hall of Fame.' Fellow rhymer Lil Wayne and singer Jhene Aiko also appear on the track.

The subdued electronic-sounding beat was created by Key Wane and Mike Dean. On the song, the G.O.O.D. Music artist testifies about his relationship falling apart due to some sexual indiscretions.

"The highs, the lows, it comes and goes / You say 'be real' I try, I don't / 'Cause you take anything and just make it everything / Kept my phone on silent ever since you got a ring (funny right?) / And I never cheated (I mean, maybe once, twice) / One time don't change everything / She ask why I don't feel the same, I'm still the same / She's still insane...," he raps.

Weezy comes through and tells his lover to not leave him. He spits, "Girl, don't believe them h--s / 'Cause they don't wanna see us together / And you already know you're too fly / But baby, don't get your hair caught in the propellers."

R&B newbie Jhene Aiko plays the scorned lover on the hook, singing, "Baby, last time calling me baby / Last time calling me crazy / Crazy, crazy."

Big Sean is set to release his second album 'Hall of Fame' on Aug. 27. The collection boasts guest appearances from Miguel, Nas and, hopefully, Eminem.

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Listen to Big Sean's 'Beware' Feat. Lil Wayne & Jhene Aiko

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