Big Sean set to make SNL debut The Detroit rapper will make his debut as musical guest later this month.

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Jan 10, 2017

Big Sean is set to drop his sophomore album, I Decided, next month but before it arrives, the Detroit rapper is making some major moves.

Big Sean makes "Moves" toward rebirth on new album, 'I Decided.'

As announced today (January 10), Big Sean will make his debut as musical guest on Saturday Night Live later this month. The "Bounce Back" rapper will perform on January 21 as comedian and actor Aziz Ansari is set to host the night.

The news comes as the rapper promises to "push the culture and push my artistry to the limit" with the upcoming album. He is also set to tour the LP in March.

Big Sean's I Decided arrives February 3rd.

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