Three of rap’s biggest stars of the moment—Big Sean, Kanye West and Drake—get stark and dramatic in the black & white video for “Blessings.”
“Before I was always caught up in the label being in my ear, saying, ‘You need a radio song, you need this, you need that.'”
If Big Sean represents the average American male—and he certainly wants to—then perhaps this album is a sign that the average American male is slowly growing up and transcending his topic fixation with self-congratulatory sex puns.
The new Big Sean album “Dark Sky Paradise” dropped yesterday and I was pleasantly surprised, I think out of all the songs I only skipped one. One of the songs I’m glad I didn’t skip […]
In “Dark Sky (Skyscrapers),” Big Sean tells us his own, highly detailed, “started from the bottom now we here” origin story
Larry King sounded a bit like a concerned dad in his interview with Big Sean, making sure the rapper’s intentions are pure.
But he does think there’s some good rappers, and he’ll name them all for you.
Big Sean is getting a little introspective in his new ballad “Win Some, Lose Some,” which shows the softer side of the rapper.
If Big Sean decides to go in another sports direction for the video he’ll be set with backup dancers.
Just in time for a new album, too.
Big Sean just dropped a track that has the internet buzzing called “Blessings” featuring Drake and Kanye West. Check out the top lines from the track.
The track will appear on Sean’s upcoming album, Dark Sky Paradise, out Feb. 24.
This is after he previously denied it.
Big Sean has just announced the title for a forthcoming project.
Eminem’s star-studded “Detroit vs. Everybody” just got a video, and the well-known names come out in full force to rep for their city.