Last night, Big Sean told his fans to expect some new music on Halloween. The treat has now been delivered. His new song, "No More Interviews," is a forceful statement of intent that should catch the attention of the whole rap world. Over a thoughtful instrumental driven by a cheery whistle sample, Sean delivers all raps and no hook. The scene has officially been set for his forthcoming album, and he's sounding as confident as ever.
"No More Interviews" finds Sean Don addressing just about all of the controversy currently surrounding him, including how his ex of over two years, Naya Rivera, is preparing to indict him with a tell-all book, and how he unintentionally found himself in conflict with Kid Cudi, around the same time when the recuperating rapper lashed out at Kanye West. His aggression toward Sean seemed to stem from him romancing Jhene Aiko away from Cudi's close collaborator Dot Da Genius. Here are his raps about the unfortunate situation:
"Cudi and YE what happened to our family ways, though
When I put you on that song with Nas you had told me that you was forever grateful
And that we brothers, so it hurt to hit the Internet to find out that me and you don’t fuck with each other
Over a miscommunication that probably could be fixed with a 5 minute conversation, I’m still praying"
He also calls himself "the greatest rapper of all time if you let Ye tell it," and points out a J. Cole-esque accomplishment of his -- earning "a platinum album with no solo tour."
"No More Interview" can be heard in full on Sean's website, which also displays all of the song's lyrics.
Don’t ask me no stupid questions
"Are you still signed to YE?" questions, no Roc Nation questions
Or who I’m dating questions, look, no more interviews