Detroit rapper Big Sean's hotly anticipated fourth studio album, I Decided, dropped on Friday. The emcee, who's signed to Kanye West' GOOD Music label, visited the BBC Radio 1Xtra Live Lounge across the pond and performed a cover of his mentor's "I Wonder." 

Sean Don did a decent job covering one of Kanye's best cuts on the Graduation album. His choice of song might not have been a coincidence either. The track uses a sample of Black British singer Labi Siffre's "My Song." Also, Big Sean helped Kanye in the studio on the Graduation album. 

Jay Z, who also worked on that project, gave Sean a gold Roc-A-Fella chain for his latest endeavor, saying he "earned it." The emcee ois managed by Hov's Roc Nation. Everything stays in the family.