Big Sean and Hit-Boy's latest visuals are taken from the pair's new EP 'What You Expect,' Directed by Vince Corona and edited by Brick Productions.
We see the two superstars in a luxurious home studio overlooking the hills making music in the classic black and white clip for' The One. This release follows a set of visuals for 'What A Life' and 'Loyal To A Fault.'
Architect the way I take it to extreme measures
Sometimes you gotta break your life down to build it better
The game softened up a lot, it's time to add some pressure
A lot of peers, we ain't spoke in years
Yeah, you could go prеtend like I ain't herе but that just shows me how much y'all threatened
The musical chemistry is off the charts, and we think Hit-Boy should have his hands on every project of Big Seans from here on out. The track has a dope sample of SWV's 1996 record, 'You're The One.' and credits additional production by Jesse Blum & OZ.
Big Sean and Hit-Boy previously collaborated on Sean's most recent album, 'Detroit 2,' in addition to GOOD Music's 'Clique.'
The 'What You Expect' EP also includes appearances from Lil Durk, Bryson Tiller, Babyface Ray, and 42 Dugg.