Big Sean continues to give back to his community, this time donating a $100,000 recording studio to a Detroit boys and girls club.
The rapper told The Detroit Press that he donated the studio to the Dick & Sandy Dauch Boys and Girls Club to increase resources for kids who may already have passion and talent to pursue music, but lack the tools to get started.
“Detroit is such a musical city, soulful city,” he said. “And there are so many kids that have the talent but just don’t have to resources to record.”
Big Sean made the donation during his second annual DON (Detroit’s On Now) Weekend.
The Sean Anderson Foundation Content & Production Studio will be a state-of-the-art facility made available for students and adults in the community. The construction of the facility was supported by a grant from the Sean Anderson Foundation, a foundation named after the rapper that supports the safety, education, health, and well-being of the youth of Detroit and across the country.
The facility will help educate those who wish to enter the entertainment industry by providing experience in production and behind-the-scenes work.
The rapper said he hopes to “build 10 more” of the studios, calling the creation of the new facility “the most bossed-up thing I could do.”