Big Sean Pays Homage to Late Grandmother With 'One Man Can Change the World' Video

The black-and-white video is a homage to the Detroit rapper's grandmother who was one of the first female black captains in World War II.

AceShowbiz - %cBig Sean% has released the official music video for his newest single "One Man Can Change the World". Arriving via his Vevo channel on Friday, June 19, the black-and-white visuals is a homage to the rapper's late grandmother Mildred V. Leonard who was one of the first female black captains in World War II and later became one of the first Black female Police officers in Detroit.

The clip opens with Sean rapping his verse in the back seat of an abandoned car. In another scene, he dons a dapper suit as he attends a funeral. Meanwhile, a young boy is seen mourning the death before he wanders around the neighborhood and encounters some men carrying guns and police dressed in riot gear.

"One Man Can Change the World", from Sean's latest chart-topping album "Dark Sky Paradise", features contributions from %cKanye West% and %cJohn Legend%. The guests, however, are nowhere to be seen in the music video directed by Andrew Hines and Jeff Powers.

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