Video: Big Sean Talks Up Detroit, Where He Learned to 'Be A Boss'

Standing  in front of the Michigan Central Station, Detroit rapper Big Sean, aka Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, tells MSNBC's Ari Melber on Friday of all the good that is happening in Detroit with "new businesses everywhere."

"This is the first time it' hitting the neighborhoods, and this marks that," he says of Ford's plan to develop the train station in Corktown.

He talks about his songs being an inspiration for people and says Detroit has taught him "to be a boss, boss-up and give back to the people you love." 

Read more:  MSNBC

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