Listen to 2 New Big Sean Songs “No More Interviews” and “Bounce Back”

Big Sean announced over the summer that his fourth, yet-to-be-titled solo LP was in its completion stages and flaunted photos of listening sessions with Rick Rubin and Jay Z as proof.

Now, we have more than pictures. Sean has released two new cuts, “No More Interviews” and “Bounce Back” to Soundcloud, featuring production from Amaire Johnson, Hitmaka, Smash David, Kanye West, Yung Berg and Metro Boomin. “Bounce Back” is also available on Apple Music, and Sean took to Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show stage to perform it for the first time last night, just hours after it was released.

Sean hasn’t had a solo album out since February 2015’s Dark Sky Paradise, but he teamed with Jhene Aiko to form a blues-y hip hop duo, Twenty88, in April. Their self-titled album debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200.

While we wait on details about the album, which Sean has referred to as “RR,” you can stream both “No More Interviews” and “Bounce Back” below.

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