In the hazy, futuristic "All Your Fault" above, Sean and his mentor West can be seen performing the track to an audience. Both the performance and audience members look almost holographic throughout the clip, a stark contrast from the primarily black and white clips accompanying Sean's previous singles.
"I Know" follows Aiko and Sean as they don make-up and appear as two nursing home residents. The aged versions of the singer and rapper get in trouble with the nurses for flirting with one another. They eventually meet up at a dance where a friend of Sean's fakes a heart attack so the two can sneak off to wreak havoc at a local bar. The pair return to the nursing home as much younger versions of themselves.
Sean's latest album is packed with big name features. Along with Aiko and West — the latter appearing on "One Man Can Change the World" and an alternate version of "Blessings" — Drake, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and John Legend also lend verses and hooks to the Detroit rapper's third studio album.
Sean is not only signed to West's label, but the longtime fan of the Chicago rapper also considers him a close friend. "He's one of my best friends," Sean told Rolling Stone. "We can talk about anything. I go to their house and eat dinner — Kim will fix up some food for me — and we'll work on music and talk. He always brings out the best in me as an artist, and I appreciate that."
Next month, Sean will join J. Cole, YG and Jeremih on the Forest Hills Drive tour. The North American trek follows his own headlining tour in Europe. In August, all four artists will perform at Drake's OVO Fest in Toronto.