Detroit rapper Big Sean is giving back to the community. The G.O.O.D Music emcee performed at the Palace of Auburn of Hills Saturday night, and introduced the Sean Anderson Foundation.
The Sean Anderson Foundation will focus on the "education, health, safety, and well-being of Detroit area school-aged youth."
The rapper announced plans for the Foundation during his show at the Palace of Auburn Hills Saturday, but gave more specifics on Sunday.
"I want to use my awareness to improve the situations in our school systems in particular," Big Sean said according to HipHopDX.
"Many schools in Detroit have been closing or are in danger of closing. My school played an integral part in making me the man I am today, so I just want to help support the well-being of young people in anyway that I can."
Sean's mother, Myra Anderson will serve as the Foundation's president, VIBE reports. The offices will be located in Detroit.
Big Sean was joined on stage Saturday by artists such as Common, Pusha T, Mike Posner, J. Cole, and Teyana Taylor, AllHipHop reports.
Sean's mentor Kanye West joined him on stage for the show's encore, the G.O.O.D Music's Cruel Summer hit "Clique."
The G.O.O.D Music rapper is preparing for the release of his sophmore album Hall of Fame, which is set to drop in the Spring of 2013.