Big Sean promised new music for Halloween, and he already delivered earlier today with "No More Interviews," a compelling comeback statement that found him asserting himself as one of the lyrical greats and remarking on conniving exes, drama within GOOD Music, and tensions with Kid Cudi, among other things. With all bars and no hook, the song allowed Sean to give his listeners a detailed picture of the background that will likely inspire the narrative focus of all the music he's aboutt drop in support of his next album. But before fans have time to chew on all that was said on "No More Interviews," Sean Don has suddenly returned with his second single of the day, fittingly titled "Bounce Back." "No More Interviews" set the stage -- now he's coming with the hits.
"Bounce Back" is produced by Hitmaka (aka Yung Berg) and Smash David with additional production from Metro Boomin and Amaire Johnson. Metro's sound seems to be especially alive on the darkly ambient trap production. Speaking of this Savage Mode-esque sound, Big Sean seems to adopt a 21 Savage-esque flow during parts of the song. That's not the only flow he experiments with -- as this record is designed to show off Sean's dexterity with his delivery. The lyrics are still sharp as ever.
Big Sean will debut "Bounce Back" live on Jimmy Fallon tonight at 11:35 EST.
Niggas change up more than wishin' wells
Karma come around I'll wish 'em well
Livin' like I’m on a limitless pill
I kill the scene like I’m Denzel