AceShowbiz - %cBig Sean% made sure he put on memorable show for the crowd when he returned to his hometown of Detroit for a special concert called "Finding Paradise". The rapper invited a bunch of his famous friends while headlining the city's Joe Louis Arena over the weekend.
%cEminem% was among the special guests Sean brought out during the show. Along with other Detroit natives like %cDeJ Loaf%, %cRoyce da 5'9"%, %cDanny Brown% and %cTrick Trick%, the Slim Shady joined him for "Detroit vs. Everybody" off his "ShadyXV" compilation.
Following his appearance, Em gave Sean a shout-out in an Instagram post. "Congratulations to Detroit's own @bigsean on his sold-out homecoming show! Honored to be a part of it," he wrote alongside a photo of him and the "Blessings" rapper rocking the stage.
%cLil Wayne%, %cJhene Aiko% and %cMike Posner% were the other acts showing up at the concert. Tunechi played a series of his hits including "A Milli", "F**k You", "Love Me", "How Many Times" and "Deep". Aiko reunited with Sean for their collaborations "Beware" and "I Know", while another Detroit resident Posner tackled his "Smoke N Drive" and 2010 hit "Cooler Than Me".
Towards the end of his "Finding Paradise" concert, Sean raved about the night and proudly spoke to the crowd about being a part of Detroit. "What just happened here is you can be from this city, you can be from anywhere in the world and have your dreams come true," he said. "[It's] that moment when all your dreams in the world come true."
He added on Instagram, "You can imagine how it must feel growing up in the D, and making it this far! This marks a new chapter for me! Thank You."