Big Sean and Travi$ Scott treated the Austin crowd to some new music at last week’s G.O.O.D. Music showcase at SXSW, debuting their unreleased collabo entitled “1975.” This record sounds pretty crazy. Hopefully a full version of the track will end up in our iTunes libraries in the near future.
Big Sean drops the official visual for “Ashley,” his collaboration with Miguel off Hall of Fame.
Sean Don drops off some squeaky clean bars over Key Wayne and Travi$ Scott production. This is 90% hotter than anything we were treated to on Hall of Fame.
Ariana Grande and Sean hit the masquerade ball for the “Right There” visual off Ariana’s Yours Truly LP. Personally, I’m just glad that Lil Cease, wherever he is, is getting a paycheck from this. The Wonderful World of Cease A Leo 2 coming soon. Maybe.
Big Sean’s Hall Of Fame has not lived up to his grand expectations…the kind you have when you name your sophomore album Hall Of Fame, that is. But he is not without talent and some cleverness to boot so he’s giving fans and other viewers a chance to get to know him better (since it doesn’t appear that they’re buying anything he’s selling). He’s but a few Nicki Minaj and Kanye West features away from another hit and then — BAM! — famous again. Hang in there, Sean.
Big Sean met up with the last MVP not named LeBron James for an adidas-sponsored event to perform his song “Beware.” Derrick Rose explained how good he felt to be returning for another NBA season, and Big Sean added how great it was to be paired with legends. Buuuut, that’s pretty much the story of Big Sean’s career, like a rap Scottie Pippen minus the Hall Of Fame part. Hat tip to GWHH.