Big Sean Relives His Huge Year With Eminem, J. Cole, Jhene Aiko & More
2015 was Big Sean's biggest year ever, and he's not afraid to celebrate that fact. A few days back, Sean delivered "What A Year," a Pharrell and Detail-assisted track that saw the rapper going back through his eventful 2015. Now, he's given us a video accompaniment, taking us through the last 12 months event by event.
Diddy Feat. Travi$ Scott, Big Sean "Workin" Alternate Video
Diddy Feat. Travi$ Scott & Big Sean
The version of "Workin" that Diddy initially shared with the public in October was not the same as the version that appeared on MMM. The MMM version got added features from Travi$ Scott and Big Sean, and today Diddy revisits the track with an updated video worthy of La Flame and Sean Don.
Big Sean Names His Top 5 West Coast MC's Of All Time
For whatever reason, Billboard asked Detroit rapper Big Sean to list his top 5 West Coast emcees of all time. Sean is obviously a student of the game, and he's been listening to West Coast rap since an early age. He remembers getting into serious trouble for playing Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle at Thanksgiving dinner when he was 8 years old.
Watch Big Sean Bring Out Lil Wayne In Detroit
Big Sean & Lil Wayne
Big Sean's show in Detroit this past Friday (Nov. 6) was quite the spectacle. During his homecoming show, the "Finding Paradise" concert, Sean brought out several special guests. We already shared the video of the "Detroit Vs. Everybody" encore, for which Eminem, Dej Loaf, Danny Brown, and Royce da 5'9" all came out on stage. Now we've got the footage of Lil Wayne's appearance earlier in the show.
Big Sean Brings Out Eminem To Perform "Detroit Vs. Everybody" At Homecoming Concert In Detroit
On Friday night, Big Sean took over his hometown of Detroit, Michigan and threw his annual homecoming concert at the Joe Louis Arena, similar to that of Drizzy’s OVO Fest. In the past, Sean has brought out some major special guests for this show including Drake, Kanye West, and Nicki Minaj to name a few, so you know he had to do it again this year.
Big Sean "Weekend Recap 30" Vlog
Big Sean has been busy traveling the world over the last couple months in support of his latest album Dark Sky Paradise. Documenting his travels along the way, Sean drops off the thirtieth installment in his “Weekend Recap” vlog series for our viewing pleasure. In this Zeno Jones-directed clip, Sean travels across North & South America, performing in Chile, Phoenix, Toronto, and more. See what life is really like while on the road for the D-town rapper above.
DeJ Loaf Feat. Big Sean "Back Up" Video
DeJ Loaf Feat. Big Sean
After giving us a visual for "Like A Hoe," DeJ Loaf is back again this morning with another music video for her collaboration with fellow Detroiter, Big Sean. DeJ flips a typical rap record concept on its head for "Back Up," taking the role of her male counterparts as she tells the men she's been fucking with to stop blowing up her phone/generally being thirsty.
Big Sean On Real 92.3 With Big Boy
Big Sean is currently in between albums, and decided to pay visit to Big Boy at Real 92.3 while out in the West Coast for the iHeart Radio Festival. The Detroit rapper talks with Big Boy about progressing as an artist and getting better with each album. He talks about seeing the evolution himself, and promises he's still getting better.
Big Sean Performs "One Man Can Change The World" On The Late Late Show With James Corden
At the end of May, "One Man Can Change the World" was released as the 4th and final single off of Big Sean's February album Dark Sky Paradise. After peaking at No. 82, it's now the only DSP song that remains on the Billboard 100 (currently at No. 94).
Big Sean Talks Detroit Lions, Steph Curry On ESPN's "First Take"
Big Sean was blessed with the honor of appearing on ESPN's "First Take," this week, where he had the opportunity to spar with TV warriors Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. Skip and Stephen A. were so impressed with Big Sean's "One Man Can Change The World" video that they decided to bring the young man on air.
Big Sean's "Dark Sky Paradise" Tour Recap
Now that his "Dark Sky Paradise" Tour is completely a wrap, Big Sean decides to bless those unable to attend with a new vlog episode that recaps his time on the road. From rehearsals & backstage footage to performances & traveling, Sean Don allows fans to get a much closer look into life on the road and behind the tour. The clip also features Sean’s band members talking about what they’re favorite memories were from the road, which is pretty cool to hear as well. Check out the 6-minute clip above.
Big Sean Feat. Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign "Play No Games" Video
Big Sean Feat. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign
After Rihanna debuted the trailer for her "Bitch Better Have My Money" towards the end of the BET Awards, Big Sean closed the show by premiering his new video for "Play No Games" feat. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign, one of the best songs off Dark Sky Paradise.
Big Sean Feat. Jhene Aiko "I Know" Video
Big Sean Feat. Jhene Aiko
Big Sean is not playing games today. He simultaneously dropped two videos off Dark Sky Paradise, the first being "All Your Fault" feat. Kanye West and DJ Mustard-produced "I Know" feat. Jhene Aiko.
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West "All Your Fault" Video
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West
A week after dropping a fire video for "One Man Can Change The World," Big Sean is back with the visuals for Dark Sky Paradise banger "All Your Fault" feat. Kanye West.
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West, John Legend "One Man Can Change The World" Video
Big Sean Feat. Kanye West & John Legend
Big Sean's new video for Dark Sky Paradise single "One Man Can Change The World" is probably his most somber to date, a tribute to his late grandmother Mildred V. Leonard -- a remarkable woman who served as one the first female black captains in World War II and later became one of the first female black police officers in Detroit before working as a teacher and counselor for Detroit Public Schools for 30 years.
Big Sean's "Dark Sky Paradise" (Documentary)
Back in February, Big Sean released his critically-acclaimed album Dark Sky Paradise, which debuted #1 on Billboard charts and featured guest appearances from Kanye West, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla, and many more. Well it turns out that during the making of the album, Sean invited cameras into the studio to capture footage for a new documentary named after the album.
Big Sean Gives Tips On How To Meditate
When Big Sean said “Life got me meditating like I’m in the Himalayas,” in his #IDFWU hit, he really meant that shit. In a new interview with MTV, Sean spoke on meditation and how he likes to clear his mind. Speaking in depth on what he likes to do, Sean says he likes to go somewhere super quiet and close his eyes, while visualizing a beam of light flowing from the center of Earth to himself. "My whole body gets full with light” Sean says. Then once he’s done, he hits the studio and knocks the hits out. Simple as that.
An Old Video Of Big Sean Rapping About Abstinence & Saying No To Drugs Has Surfaced
Big Sean has BEEN rapping by the name Big Sean. Today a vintage video of a much younger Big Sean has surfaced, where he took part in a Detroit news segment that promotes abstinence and abstaining from drugs as well, while also shaming the current rappers (at the time) for promoting violence and all that fun shit. "Too many of these rappers are using sex to sell and drugs to sell, so we're just approaching it a different way," Sean says in the throwback clip.
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Big Sean "How Many Times" Video
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Big Sean
Just hours ago, DJ Khaled dropped off his latest single, a track called "How Many Times" that, like most Khaled singles, values star power over anything else. It features Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean, as does the new video, which just arrived moments ago.
Big Sean Explains How He Wrote "One Man Can Change The World"
More than anything else on Dark Sky Paradise, "One Man Can Change The World" showcased a profound maturation in Big Sean. Before this, he was best known as a pioneer of hashtag rap, a guy who reveled in raunchy double entendres and "wordplay" that produced groan-worthy portmanteaus like "assquake," but that one song showed he was capable of shouldering the burden of weightier themes, and wouldn't automatically squander it in favor of a winking metaphor.