Big Sean is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of his debut album 'Finally Famous' by dropping new music and a deluxe anniversary edition of the album.

The Finally Famous album is what introduced Big Sean to the world after he built up his fan base in Detroit and Michigan. I remember first hearing it when it dropped, and basically it didn't leave my cd player for about a month. Along with the drop of the deluxe anniversary edition of the album, Sean also dropped a new song. You can check out the Freshmen 10 Freestyle above.

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If you're a fan of Big Sean, you know he's a very open, spiritual guy. He has battled his demons, and has never shied away from talking about it. His overall goal has always been to inspire others to do more, and he puts his money where his mouth is. That's what lead to the creation of the Sean Anderson Foundation with his mom. That's why it should come as no surprise that Big Sean had a heartfelt message for his fans when he dropped the 10 year anniversary album.

Right now the Sean Anderson Foundation is working on a series of workshops for Mental Health Awareness month. You can click here to see all of the events they have running.

Sean also put together a dope video of the making of the originally Finally Famous album. Check it out below.

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