While out in the UK, Big Sean sat down with DJ Semtex and touched on MTV’s list. Although, he believes he should have been placed higher, he respects it and hopes to move up next year. In other news, he also previewed a few tracks off his Hall of Fame album. As of now, features include Common, Lil Wayne, Nas, KiD CuDi, Juicy J and Kanye.
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The party begins with just a call. And for Juicy J’s new video, he jets from Memphis to Detroit to party the night away with Big Sean and Jeezy. Stay Trippy coming soon. Also: Juicy’s hitting the road. Tour dates below.
Big Sean pulls a swerve and lands at the sixth spot on MTV‘s list. Sorry, Kanye. When the members of MTV’s Hip-Hop Brain Trust sat down to discuss the year’s rankings, the Detroit rapper initially had the #8 spot. But no one could’ve predicted how much he would progress on the list. Indeed, the same could be said for Sean’s influence and impact on hip-hop over the past year.
In anticipation of his sophomore album, Hall Of Fame, Big Sean is packing up his bags and heading over to Europe for his next tour starting this Saturday in Munich, Germany. Cop tickets here.
Detroit producer Key Wane has just released his compilation So Many Keys featuring previously released and unreleased tracks. Here’s a revamped version of Big Sean and J.Cole’s collabo now featuring Rae. hhnm
These days, posse cuts may seem oversaturated and underwhelming, but Cruel Summer‘s lead single was the complete opposite. Over a chopped up hook and a Fuzzy Jones soundbwoy-sample, Yeezy’s collective individually delivered. Big Sean takes off from the starting line with his repetitive flow while the metaphors from Pusha T soon followed behind (“I’m red leather, I’m cocaine, I’m Rick James, ho”). As the Scarface theme music slowly creeps in, Kanye pulls up with his boastful raps. However, it’s 2 Chainz’ closing verse that’s the […]
Following the success of his Cruel Summer hits (“Mercy”, “Clique”) as well as Meek Mill’s “Burn”, Big Sean cordially invited fans to his hometown with his fourth mixtape, Detroit. The Motor City’s new shining star travels down the road to stardom on the opener “Higher” and depicts his lavish lifestyle over the soulful sounds of Barry White on “How I Feel”. Right on! Sean Don keeps the celebratory tracks intact (“Experimental”, “FFOE”, “Woke Up”) while stacking more than enough bread […]