Big Sean Opens Up Recording Studio at His Old High School

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Big Sean is a man of his word! The GOOD Music rapper returned to his native of Detroit, Michigan on Wednesday and opened up a new recording studio. Big Sean promised the kids at his old alma mater Cass Technical High School that he would open up a recoerding studio if they raised their ACT scores. After the students raised their scores, Big Sean stuck to his promise and, after returning to his alma mater, named the new recording studio, The Sean Anderson Studio of Infinite Possibilities.

Adidas and the mayor’s office of Detroit were the primary sponsors for the 784 square foot studio. Big Sean has been performing acts of kindness all year after starting his foundation #ItTakesOne campaign recently in honor of his late grandmother, Mildred V. Leonard. Big Sean’s grandmother was one of the first African-America captains in World War II. Congrats to Big Sean on all his philanthropic achievements this year. What a way to give back to his community and the students of Detroit. Watch video of Big Sean giving back to his high school above.