Posted by , Oct 30, 2016 at 11:19pm
"The boys n girls need new music." Happy Halloween from Big Sean.

Big Sean and Jhene Aiko, each dressing as characters from the latest Star Wars flick, were among hip-hop's best dressed for this weekend's Halloween festivities. If there's no developing love story between Finn and Rey, then there certainly is with Sean and Aiko, who record together as TWENTY88. And Sean isn't done celebrating the Halloween just yet. Today, on the holiday itself, he plans to drop some new music. 

"The boys n girls need new music," he wrote on Instagram. "I'll see you tomorrow wit it!!!" 

Sean will also take the stage on Jimmy Fallon later tonight. Perhaps that's where he'll premiere the new music, or at least perform it live for the first time. 

New music could mean the commencement of the rollout for Sean's next album. He recently invited 2 Chainz and Future to the studio to listen to the project, which seems to be nearing its completion. A couple of weeks ago, Sean and Tity Boi teamed up on "Light It Up," a track taken from the new mixtape in support of Kevin Hart's "What Now?" stand-up comedy film.  

Episode VII

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Big Sean Promises New Music Today

"The boys n girls need new music." Happy Halloween from Big Sean.


Big Sean and Jhene Aiko, each dressing as characters from the latest Star Wars flick, were among hip-hop's best dressed for this weekend's Halloween festivities. If there's no developing love story between Finn and Rey, then there certainly is with Sean and Aiko, who record together as TWENTY88. And Sean isn't done celebrating the Halloween just yet. Today, on the holiday itself, he plans to drop some new music. 

"The boys n girls need new music," he wrote on Instagram. "I'll see you tomorrow wit it!!!" 

Sean will also take the stage on Jimmy Fallon later tonight. Perhaps that's where he'll premiere the new music, or at least perform it live for the first time. 

New music could mean the commencement of the rollout for Sean's next album. He recently invited 2 Chainz and Future to the studio to listen to the project, which seems to be nearing its completion. A couple of weeks ago, Sean and Tity Boi teamed up on "Light It Up," a track taken from the new mixtape in support of Kevin Hart's "What Now?" stand-up comedy film.  

Episode VII

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