Big Sean Gives Back For ‘WE Day’
A collective voice has always been a great way to gather communities to help impact the lives of others in a positive way.
WE Charity was created in 2007 to help empower, educate, and inspire the youth to be the best they could be. They eventually incorporated WE Day into their movement, which was designed to bring out the community to stadiums nearby as they celebrate the manifestation of incredible change that took place throughout the year. The stage is occupied with families, children, and supporters of the organization, sharing their real life stories, inspiring and moving the crowd by their experiences. Performances are also made by guest stars, and broadcasted for the world to see.
Alongside Common, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, and Ciara, Big Sean will be taking the stage this year to perform his song, “One Man Can Change The World,” which features John Legend and Kanye West on his Dark Sky Paradise album.
— WE Day (@weday) August 25, 2016
Big Sean has big plans for his performance, and he’s going over the top with this one. The Detroit rapper is working with producer David Foster, a children’s choir, and an orchestra to give one of his best performances yet.
Take a sneak peek at a preview of the performance below.
You too can support the movement by tuning into its live broadcasting on Sunday at 7 p.m. EST on ABC. According to Billboard, “Sunday’s broadcast will include performances and short films about young people making a difference around the country, and for every viewer who takes a WE Pledge — committing to make a difference in his or her community — $10 will be donated to the WE Charity.”