Big Sean & Jeremih Tackle Police Brutality & Other Senseless Crimes For "The Light" Video

Directly following last week’s video for “I Think Of You,” Big Sean and Jeremih reconnect for another new visual. This time around, the pair looks to Big Sean’s I Decided track “The Light” for their latest vignette. Directed by fellow Detroit talent Lawrence Lamont, Big Sean’s clip for “The Light” takes on the politically-charged topic of police brutality and other senseless acts. “We shot this video a couple months ago and sucks to see these scenes are still consistently playing out in real life … It’s disheartening sometimes to see that not much has changed when it comes to hate, police brutality and just overall people losing their lives too early,” Big Sean explains. “When I wrote this song, it was to reassure myself that no matter what happens, they can’t take away our Soul, our confidence, our ideas, and all that makes us shine. This song isn’t a single but is still super important to me, so I paid for a lot of this outta pocket to make sure we got this out. Rest in peace to all those who have lost life due to senseless actions. As I always say, each one of us have the power to make a change, it starts within…. the inner Light.”

You can view Big Sean and Jeremih’s video for “The Light” above. Previously, Big Sean dropped a visual for Mike WiLL Made-It’s“On The Come Up.”  - VIA