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Get A Taste Of Big Sean, Kanye West And John Legend's New Collab

A snippet of "One Man Can Change The World" hits the 'net.

Though Big Sean has a number of major collaborations on his upcoming album Dark Sky Paradise, the most anticipated of them may very well be "One Man Can Change The World," with Kanye West and John Legend.

We'll probably have to wait until Feb. 24, when the album drops, to hear the whole thing, but on Wednesday (Feb. 11), we get a snippet of the track.

The mellow, piano-driven beat backs up Sean, who sings, "Just remember one day, remember one day/ That one man could change the world."

We then get the first few bars of his verse: "Hol' up, all I wanted was a hundred million dollars and a bad chick/ Imagine there's some months, some nights it felt like that I had it/ Back on the mattress/ Starin' at the ceilin' tryna to connect the dots."

The snippet is just 30 seconds long, and we don't hear any of Kanye or John Legend's vocals -- but the general vibe and mood of the record makes it a safe bet that they'll each fit perfectly.

In addition to these two, the album also features Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Ty Dolla $ign and Jhene Aiko, as well as Drake on "Blessings" and E-40 on "I Don't F--k With You."

Below, watch Sean and Ariana Grande (who's featured on the disc's deluxe edition) play truth or dare with MTV News on the red carpet at this year's Grammys.