Miniature Big Sean Has All the “Moves” In New Music Video

Big Sean recently announced the title and release date of his upcoming album, I Decided., and today he charges ahead with the release of the video for its latest single, “Moves,” directed by his longtime creative collaborator Mike Carson.

Carson, who often designs Sean’s stage sets and directs his music videos, captures an agile Big Sean as he dances through captivating technicolor scenery, donning one eye-catching jacket after another. From a solo two-step routine to a dance-off with a vivacious partner on the opposite shoulders of a potentially unsuspecting woman, giddy, mini Big Sean is hard to look away from.

To go along with “Moves,” Sean also recently released a video for his latest hit, “Bounce Back,” which shot up to #21 on the Hot 100 this week, giving Sean his biggest hit since “I Don’t Fuck With You,” which peaked at #11 in 2015, a career year for the Detroit rapper. It’s worth noting that while “Bounce Back” works its chart magic, “Moves” has also made a maneuver onto the Hot 100, placing at #71 this week, an impressive debut.

Watch Big Sean’s “Moves” video above. I Decided. is due out on February 3.

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