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Big Sean Delivers ‘My Last’ Performance at 2011 BET Awards

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Big Sean‘s debut album, ‘Finally Famous,’ drops this Tuesday (June 28), and the Detroit rhyme-slinger gave the people a taste of what to expect with a performance of his single ‘My Last’ tonight on the BET Awards. 

The Kanye West protegee was joined onstage by Chris Brown, who is featured on the hit track. Big Sean delivered a smooth rendition of the catchy cut, with Brown chiming in with the tune’s hook.

The two artists made their way back and forth on the smoke-filled stage, with Sean sporting a blue blazer and Brown wearing a tuxedo-style jumpsuit.

This was the second time Breezy hit the BET stage tonight. His former performance was a showstopper, featuring his massive hits, ‘Look at Me Now,’ ‘She Ain’t You,’ Deuces,’ and ‘Paper Scissors Rock.’

Big Sean’s performance got the audience up on its feet as they raised their hands up in the air, just like the songs says.

Watch Big Sean Perform ‘My Last’ at the 2011 BET Awards

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