Big Sean Brings Out Eminem, Lil Wayne at Homecoming Concert in Detroit [VIDEO]
We all know that Big Sean has love for his hometown city of Detroit. So for his homecoming Finding Paradise tour stop in the Motor City, Sean Don gave concertgoers an exciting show that was filled with surprises on Friday night (Nov. 6)
According to Billboard, DeJ Loaf was the first to hit the stage as she performed her biggest hits, including “Try Me” and “Back Up Off Me.” Later, R&B singer Jhene Aiko joined Sean and serenaded the crowd with their collaborative songs, “Beware” and “I Know.”
Midway through the show, Sean brought out Weezy F. Baby, which made the crowd go into a frenzy. The Young Money leader plowed through a quick medley of his hits, including "A Milli," “F--- You,” "Love Me,” "How Many Times" and "Deep."
But Big Sean saved the best for last.
The G.O.O.D. Music rapper brought out DeJ Loaf, Royce da 5’9″, Danny Brown, Trick Trick and Eminem for a rousing performance of his hometown anthem “Detroit vs. Everybody” from the Shady XV compilation. Entering from above the stage on an elevating platform, Em delivered his verse with lighting speed before exiting the stage with the rest of Detroit's rap elite.
"Congratulations to Detroit's own @bigsean on his sold-out homecoming show! Honored to be a part of it," wrote Eminem on his Instagram account.
Not only was the concert for Detroit fans, proceeds from the ticket sales of the event went to his Sean Anderson Foundation, which helps educate and provide health-care assistant for poor and at-risk youth in Detroit.