For Big Sean, nothing is more important than family. In this new video blog he takes us from Paris to Detroit speaking about the importance surrounding yourself with a great team. His new project, Hall of Fame is set to drop in June.
Under direction of the illRoots boys Mike Waxx and Mike Carson, G.O.O.D. Music representative, Big Sean, takes us to the D and shows us how the real players get it poppin’ in his stomping grounds–of course, he’s winning over his enemies, too. Cut produced by the most over-used beatmaker of 2012, Young Chop. Spotted on Sean’s official Facebook.
For the past few weeks Big Sean has been keeping up vlog of sorts, documenting his road to success. In this edition Sean talks about dreams becoming reality, with clips from his homecoming concert. His new album Hall of Fame will be out early next year.
Jesus Piece hits shelves in exactly one week! Check out another preview of the album as Game connects with a star-studded lineup of features over a dope D’Angelo sample courtesy of Cool & Dre.
Big Sean continues to put on for Detroit as he covers XXL’s December issue. Here’s an excerpt below:
I took all my experiences from Detroit and incorporated them into who I am today. From partying to inspiration to sharing times about being broke to love to the dope boys, paper chasers. I would see all the players rocking furs and gators. I’ve seen people get killed. I’ve seen people spend crazy money. I’ve seen poor people. I give every aspect of the city in my music. They need somebody to tell that story.”
“My Last” collaborators, Chris Brown and Big Sean, floss their jewels hard and close out the year with their dual covers for XXL’s December/January issue. And if you ask us, we’re coming to the conclusion that the “no more apologies,” is a piggy-back off of RiRi’s chart topping album, right? Ah well, the mag(s) will hit newsstands next Tuesday, December 4th.
“A lot of people wanna know about the whole situation with me, Drake and Meek Mill. At the end of the day, I’m me, they’re them. They rap, I sing. Totally different caliber. I rap, I play around on mixtapes. But our words don’t collide as much as you’d think.”
- Chris Brown
“I took all my experiences from Detroit and incorporated them into who I am today. From partying to inspiration to sharing times about being broke to love to the dope boys, paper chasers. I would see all the players rocking furs and gators. I’ve seen people get killed. I’ve seen people spend crazy money. I’ve seen poor people. I give every aspect of the city in my music. They need somebody to tell that story.”
- Big Sean
Big Sean starts a new web series where he talks about his beliefs. In this episode Sean talks on how imagination helped shape his path to fulling his dreams.
“I wanted invite people into my life and what I got going on, what I believe in, and share my key beliefs of what I feel got me where I am now, and where I’m going. Each episode will touch on different beliefs from imagination to family to what I eat etc. I wanted to give you more than a weekly recap, I wanted to invite y’all into my life. Hall Of Fame Dec 18th.”
Produced By Young Chop & Key Wane
Big Sean delivered the unexpected with his debut album Finally Famous as he presented a project worth much more than it’s $9.99 price. He hopes to follow the trend of his outstanding debut effort, which included 2 Gold singles (My Last ft. Chris Brown & Marvin & Chardonnay ft. Kanye West & Roscoe Dash) as well as the 2x platinum Dance (A$$), with his new album Hall Of Fame: Memoirs of A Detroit Player later this year!
Check out the album’s lead single below as Sean rocks over a dope production from Young Chop & Key Wane! Shouts to FSD on the drop.