With Kanye West making headlines for the chaos he caused outside of Webster Hall this past weekend which caused the Mayor himself to take notice and want to have a word with the Chicago artist, his performance at Hot 97’s annual Summer Jam concert naturally got overlooked.
With all the Hip-Hop hoopla surrounding Jay-Z and his guest verses on Fat Joe’s “All The Way Up Remix” and Pusha T’s “Drug Dealers Anynomous,” his former protégé and current musical genuis, Kanye West, decided to remind the world that he and his mans and ‘em, Big Sean got some heat coming this summer as […]
It’s officially A$AP Ferg season, with his long-awaited debut album Always Strive And Prosper arriving on April 22.
“You ever wanted something so bad, like so bad, like so bad, that you went and got it?” Fueled by that question, Big K.R.I.T. celebrates the five-year anniversary of his beloved mixtape Return of 4Eva with a track titled “So Bad.”
President Barack Obama saved Detroit’s auto industry with the much praised bailout of 2009. But Big Sean knows that there’s still work to be done to ensure the future of the D.
It took long enough, but Kendrick Lamar and Big Sean‘s latest albums are now certified platinum. To Pimp A Butterfly and Dark Sky Paradise, respectively, got the honors thanks to a new RIAA rules that account for album streams.
Big Sean is one rapper who regularly digs into his own pockets to help the less fortunate, particularly around his old way. The Detroit native kicked off the #HealFlintKids Fundraiser to raise money in support of victims of the water crisis in Flint, MI by donating $10,000.
Big Sean‘s 2015 was pretty damn G.O.O.D. (sorry, couldn’t resist) with “Blessings” going double platinum and the whole being a successful rapper thing. In celebration he drops a new Pharrell Williams-featured cut called “What A Year.”
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