Big Sean made his Saturday Night Live debut as a musical guest over the weekend. The Detroit native performed two songs “Bounce Back” and “Sunday Morning Jet Pack,” from his upcoming album, I Decided.

The G.O.O.D. Music artist kicked off his first set with his anthemic banger, “Bounce Back.” With several flickering LED screens behind him, which seems to resemble the Detroit skyline, Sean Don rapped his resilient lyrics on the smoke-filled stage.

For his second performance, Sean treated the audience to a rendition of his reflective song “Sunday Morning Jetpack, which is an ode to his late grandmother and grandfather. “This feel like my Sunday morning jetpack / Feel like I sent the prayers up and got blessed back,” he raps.

Big Sean is set to drop his fourth album I Decided on Feb. 3. The 28-year-old rapper will follow that with his “I Decided Tour,” which launches on Mar. 17 in Houston.

Finally, in touching moment on SNL, the entire cast bid farewell to now former 44th President Barack Obama with a rendition of "To Sir, With Love." You can watch that performance below.

Watch Big Sean Perform Sunday Morning Jetpack' on Saturday Night Live

Watch SNL Cast Say Goodbye to Barack Obama By Singing "To Sir, With Love"