[vodpod id=Video.5968437&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Breezy turns his collabo with Big Sean into his own rendition. Savor the moment. F.A.M.E. in stores now. Fortune coming soon.
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The New Boyz are geared up to release their new album, Too Cool To Care on May 17th, but today, East Exclusives got a grip of their collaboration with Big Sean and Kane Beatz behind the boards. If you care, take a listen.
[vodpod id=Video.5956603&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Off his Finally Famous Vol. 3, which dropped earlier this year, Sean Don finally decides to let loose a video for track 14, minus Drake. Expect, Finally Famous: The Album in stores June 21. wshh Sidebar: Big Sean Performs On Fuel TV
Who’s serve? Well while y’all figure that one out, Sean Don and Travis Porter hit the beach with a handful of bikini bunnies in their eye-catching flick. Spike! wshh
[vodpod id=Video.5892633&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Big Sean copped a squat over at Shade 45 studios last week and cracked the mic with Tony Touch on Toca Tuesdays. Yea, boi. al linstrdom
Still fiending for Big Sean’s G.O.O.D. Music debut, well, we’re going to have to wait a month later. Rap-Up has learned that Finally Famous: The Album has just been moved from a May 3 release to June 21. Below he speaks on the LP’s Kanye collabo. “It’s kind of like super special. It’s something people are going to be able to party to and has a great message at the same time. It’s just me and him going at it. […]
[vodpod id=Video.5840223&w=540&h=350&fv=] Ah, the G.O.O.D. life. Sean Don takes a quick trip down memory lane with Breezy for the video of his first single. Finally Famous: The Album in stores May 3.
Fresh off the road, Big Sean stopped by The Morning After With Angela Yee today. During his interview, he says that his patented Supa Dupa Flow is dead. Buried. Thanks, Luda!
In the wake of Shyne and Nas‘ alleged gripe with Def Jam, Big Sean was a guest on Angela Yee‘s weekly program, Lip Service last night and spoke out on his label’s lack of support. Girdle.
These days, it seems as if nearly every song utilizes truncated similes. The style pioneered by Big Sean has been used by Jay-Z, Lil Wayne and most notably, Drake. In an interview with Allhiphop, Drizzy says he regrets adopting the flow, but doesn’t mean to rain on anyone’s parade. Macy’s! AllHipHop.com: How much do Young Money artists bounce off each other? I noticed you have similar inflections and cadences or rhyme patterns. I noticed this one thing that Nicki said, […]