AceShowbiz - After his new single "Bounce Back" entered the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, %cBig Sean% decided to thank his fans by releasing the "final version" of "Living Single" featuring %cChance the Rapper% and %cJeremih% on Friday, December 16. The track is rumored to be featured on Sean's upcoming fourth studio album, which is expected to arrive in early 2017.
Sean took to Twitter to announce the song's release as he posted the artwork along with a caption that read, "I wanna drop something special tonight for y'all, as a thank you...the final version of 'Living Single' ft. @chancetherapper n @Jeremih."
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The slow-tempo hip-hop song, which was produced by Cam O'bi, generally reflects Sean's past and current relationships. On the first verse, he raps about thinking he falls in love so many times, but his mom starts to mix the girls up. He raps, "Look, I know what it feel like to think you found the one/ Told mom that so many times that I'm sounding dumb/ Cause she started to mix Ashley up with Tanesha/ And saying 'Hi Britney' when I'm on the phone with Lisa."
"Living Single" actually first leaked in July and it included a now-removed verse from Smino. Both Sean and Chance were upset about it as Chance tweeted, "I didn't release a new song, one of my songs were leaked. Idk how to explain to you how that feels, but it doesn't feel good." Sean later expressed his dismay by saying on Twitter that he was going to include the track on his next album. "Damn 'Living Single' was actually something I was working on for my album, sucks when people leak something not ready and spoil for the listeners," so he tweeted.
Last week, Sean released a music video for his latest single "Bounce Back". The Kid Studio-directed clip sees the rapper standing alone in a futuristic desert, as scenes shift abruptly between religious imagery, wolves, twerking women and flashes of vivid color.