Just a month after surprising the hip-hop world with the announcement of a new album, Big Sean's Dark Sky Paradise is officially here. Since the Jan. 26 announcement, there has been an onslaught of Big Sean news, appearances, music and rumors. With the Drake and Kanye-assisted 'Blessings' followed up by the inspirational 'One Man Can Change The World,' Sean showed his range and seemed determined to prove that he has taken his career to a new level after the success of 2013's Hall Of Fame. "I just hope people, if they like it and they love it that they support it, ’cause it’s all we got," Sean told XXL earlier this week. "I wanted it to be all about the music, I didn’t want to have an album where I had to hide behind some skits and make it a big Broadway production. I wanted it to be strictly about the raps, about the music, and that’s what it is. And that’s what the fuck it’s gon’ be. And I hope people can recognize that. I didn’t want to do anything I didn’t want to do, and this was what I wanted to do."

Dark Sky Paradise is available for stream on Spotify and for purchase on iTunes.

Along with the album, Big Sean also dropped a video for 'Dark Sky (Skyscrapers),' which acts as the intro to the album. The dark video features Sean all by his lonesome rapping about his success and rise from the basement to the top of skyscrapers. Check it below.