Shades Of Old School Big Sean Shine On Elijah Blake's 'Come Away Remix'

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This year has see a return of Big Sean and to add to his recent features and releases, he spits another hot verse for Elijah Blake's "Come Away Remix."

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"We are seeing no lack of Big Sean features these days," says HotNewHipHop's Rose Lilah.

"The rapper has been on a roll ever since he dropped those four songs.

As the rapper prepares a new album, he's popping up just about everywhere, reminding us why we liked him so much in the first place, with a surge of passion in his bars."

Sean's verse while short showed shades of the old school "woah there" approach to rapping. His style hasn't changed much from the first time he stepped on to the scene and this verse is one that will send fans on a brief nostalgia trip.

The delicate song features a smooth R&B beat with soft vocals and falsettos here and there. The original version of the song is featured on Blake's "Drift EP" released on iTunes.

Sean released the video for his newest his "IDFWU" to go alone with the break-up song and an app for those who want to experiment a little and get back at the people they no longer "f*** with."

Listen to the "Come Away Remix"