Big Sean Songs

  • Blessed (Remix)
    Blessed (Remix)
    Lil Durk's debut album Remember My Name is scheduled to drop May 12. But that isn't stopping him from putting out loose tracks in the meantime. On Friday he dropped "Different" and Sunday morning he dropped "Blessed (Remix)" with fellow 3Hunna rapper Lil Reese.
  • Blessings (Remix)
    Blessings (Remix)
    Big Sean's "Blessings" is something of an anthem, but it hasn't been embraced as a freestyle record the way it could have. Badd Lucc and Problem have made a case for why the record should be embraced by rappers to throw their best 16 on, but then again, it would be hard to top this take. Lucc starts things off acapella, before the beat gradually slinks its way in, and it's clear that he's been surgically locked into the pocket all along. Problem comes through later to riff on the hook, and drop some memorable punchlines.
  • Nothing is Stopping You (OG Webbie Remix)
    Nothing is Stopping You (OG Webbie Remix)
    OG Webbie of Chicago's Treated Crew made his first big splash in February when his name appeared in the production credits for Big Sean and Kanye West's "All Your Fault" off Dark Sky Paradise. Today he dropped his moderately steezy remix to "Nothing is Stopping You," the opening track off Big Sean's 2013 album Hall Of Fame. Sean is pretty hot these days and it's hard to blame OG Web for looking to ride the Sean Don wave as far as he can take it. If it ain't broken don't fix it. Let us know what you think in the comments!
  • Deep (Freestyle)
    Deep (Freestyle)
    Big Sean's collaboration with Lil Wayne, "Deep," is poised to be a fan-favorite off the rapper's new album Dark Sky Paradise. However, how much crazier would it have been with a verse from G.O.O.D. Music's CyHi The Prynce? According to CyHi, his verse was "too (deep)" to make the cut. Nonetheless he's shared his version of the track on Souncloud today, while giving props to his G.O.O.D. Music brother on the album release. Let us know if you think CyHi's verse stacks up alongside Sean and Weezy's (or surpasses?).
  • Me, Myself & I (Freestyle)
    Me, Myself & I (Freestyle)
    Big Sean may be preparing to drop off his new album Dark Sky Paradise tomorrow, but today he's hitting us with a freebie, "Me, Myself & I." The freestyle is over Beyonce's instrumental, which, in case you didn't is produced by Ro Ransom's frequent collaborator RobGotBeats. Sean Don starts off by saying it's one of his favorite Bey tracks of all time (#facts). 
  • One Man Can Change The World (Statik Selektah Remix)
    One Man Can Change The World (Statik Selektah Remix)
    As Big Sean's forthcoming album Dark Sky Paradise had the cocky, brash and somewhat petty "IDFWU" as its lead single, it was jarring in the best way possible to hear him drop "One Man Can Change The World," which is pretty much the polar opposite. Now veteran producer Statik Selektah has offered up a remix of the Kanye West and John Legend-featuring cut.
  • Smoke N Drive
    Smoke N Drive
    Big Sean is gearing up for his most anticipated album yet, Dark Sky Paradise. The album sprung a leak, but the official release happens on February 24th. While fans get an early listen of the new album, we're throwing it back to a cut off Big Sean's first mixtape in the Finally Famous series. Big Sean and Mike Posner collabed quite a bit early on in his career, including "Who Knows" off FF Vol. 2 and "Ambigous" off FF Vol. 3.
  • One Man Can Change The World
    One Man Can Change The World
    Before Dark Sky Paradise arrives next week, Big Sean’s highly anticipated record “One Man Can Change The World” featuring Kanye West & John Legend has surfaced online tonight by way of early pre-orders.
  • Win Some, Lose Some
    Win Some, Lose Some
    Two is always better than one right? Tonight, Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise was made available for pre-order on iTunes, and for those of you who decide to take advantage of this early purchase will receive two new songs for free, “One Man Can Change The World”, and this Jhene Aiko-featured cut “Win Some Lose Some”.
  • Used To (Freestyle)
    Used To (Freestyle)
    It must be All-Star weekend, cause the tracks are just pouring in. For the latest one, we get a new verse from Big Sean on Lil Wayne and Drake’s popular cut “Used 2”. With Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise album only weeks away, the Detroit spitta decides to flex his lyrical muscles and have some fun over WondaGurl-produced beat. Showing love to Kanye, Sean lowkey sons all those who passed on him while on the come up. He raps, "Fuck every OG who passed up on me and they put me on a song, ‘cept for ‘Ye so Im forever reppin’ foot up on the Throne”.
  • IDFWU (Remix)
    IDFWU (Remix)
    With Big Sean's Dark Sky Paradise seemingly around the corner, anticipation for it continues to rise. While "IDFWU" got a lot of play, "Blessings" featuring Drake and Kanye West raised the stakes even higher. Now, Rozay goes in over Sean's "IDFWU"  While labeled a remix, it doesn't appear to be an official remix, considering Sean and E-40 still have their original verses on the original super producer collaboration beat. Still, the addition of Rozay to the instrumental keeps another Big Sean track in rotation, and has to help Sean's upcoming release. 
  • Blessings
    Big Sean said there was new music coming, and boi did he deliver. Linking back up with Drizzy Drake, Sean decides to liberate this monster Vinylz-produced collab titled "Blessings".
  • Do It Again (Remix)
    Do It Again (Remix)
    Earlly Mac's God Knows is available for purchase now, and with the love he received for his track "Do It Again" he's decided to do it again with a remix featuring ASAP Ferg, Big Sean, and Reese. If it's not broke, don't try to fix it. Key Wane makes a few minor adjustments to the track, but it's very much the same track, new verses. ASAP Ferg brings the animation to the track you'd imagine he does. This go round, Sean is only present on the hook.
  • STFU (Freestyle)
    STFU (Freestyle)
    Disappointingly, the vast majority of hip-hop "remixes" these days consist of rappers dropping bars over already-existing instrumentals. No matter how many people hopped on Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga," no MCs or producers even tweaked Jahlil's beat a bit. Part of that speaks to the awesome quality of the instrumental, but mostly, it's just lazy. There's always a place for freestyles over hot tracks, but we need more remixes like Rich The Kid's new one of Drake's "All Me."
  • Do It Again
    Do It Again
    Earlly Mac has been a part of Big Sean's Finally Famous camp since Sean's heyday, but only recently has he started to really put his name out there and steadily drop records.
  • JA Rule
    JA Rule
    Ja Rule hasn't really been able to make a comeback, at least not yet, however his technique of rap melodies has definitely been brought to new heights. A$AP Ferg gives Ja a nod on this cut off his new mixtape, Ferg Forever, where he says on the hook "fuck around and sing like I'm Ja Rule," complete with a Ja sample. The banger produced by Stelios also features Big Sean.
  • Come Away (Remix)
    Come Away (Remix)
    We are seeing no lack of Big Sean features these days. The rapper has been on a roll ever since he dropped those four songs. As the rapper prepares a new album, he's popping up just about everywhere, reminding us why we liked him so much in the first place, with a surge of passion in his bars.
  • Kingpin
    Producer and WeDidIt member RL Grime is prepping a new album, Void, for the coming weeks. Today he drums up some anticipation for the LP by dropping off the Big Sean-featured "Kingpin." Big Sean's had a new-found hunger in his verses lately, and this follows that trend (listen to his appearance on Eminem's mega-collabo "Detroit Vs. Everybody").
  • Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Hours after hitting us with the Shady CXVPHER, Eminem is back again, this time recruiting his hometown homies Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Trick Trick, and Dej Loaf for a new record called “Detroit Vs. Everybody”.
  • Open Bar (Freestyle)
    Open Bar (Freestyle)
    Earlier this week, we got new material from Tyler, The Creator -- not in the form of a studio track, but a freestyle done for L.A. Leakers on a new series called "Open Bar." The gist of it is the hosts give rappers four topics, and they have to spit at least four bars on each (of course, Tyler far exceeded this in his edition). Now, Big Sean has stepped up to the plate to deliver one.
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