One man can truly change the world. Big Sean, who founded the Sean Anderson Foundation, is on a mission to change his hometown of Detroit, starting with local high school Cass Tech.
Sean was responsible for building a recording studio at his alma mater.
“I do carry the responsibility of the city,” Big Sean told CNN. “No matter what, they made me who I am. It’s just so easy to get caught in the wrong things when you’re young. Being a mentor, I see the importance of showing people their inner potential.”
Sean remembers being a student fond of music himself during his days at high school.
“It’s funny, I used to get in trouble for selling my CDs in the hallway,” he said. “And you can just imagine what it feels like to be back.”
Watch Big Sean show off the recording studio he built for Cass Tech above.