Following his fifth studio album earning the top spot on the Billboard 200, Sean Don is back and better than ever in his visual for “ZTFO.” The video is…exactly what you’d probably expect from a song with a title like, “Zen The F*** Out,” showing Big Sean meditating in a variety of places while he raps along to the track. As he hovers over the pool in an absolutely gorgeous backyard, he floats over the beat with Travis Scott ad-libs coming through in the background.
This is just the latest song on the album to get a music video, following other tracks including “Don Life,” “Body Language,” and “Harder Than My Demons.” First week numbers showed that the highly anticipated project earned 103,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending on September 10. Detroit 2 notably beat out 6ix9ine’s TattleTales for the top spot, earning huge praise among fans and critics alike for putting antics aside and letting the music do the talking.\
Check out the music video for “ZTFO” for yourself down below as the perfect way to get ready for a chill weekend at home:
In a recent interview with Vulture Sean Don opened up about his happiness, mental health, and what he’s been using the quarantine period to do:
“It just seems like things have been going faster than I can even grasp. But I’ve learned to accept it and not always feel like I’m trying to catch up. I’ve been making an effort to stay aggressively happy. I meditate seven days a week, and that gives me a chance to connect with myself. It feels like charging your phone. It’s like waking up with a full charge, as opposed to waking up with your phone dead.”
“Taking time for myself has really helped, even if it’s just, like, playing Call of Duty a little bit. I only play for an hour, an hour and a half at the most, just to give myself a break if I’m in the studio for 12 or 14 hours. Because if you don’t, things start to blend in together. That’s why I really f*ck with London, how they, like take tea time, lunch, all these breaks. I heard Albert Einstein did this too.”