Category Archives: Big Sean

Nicki Minaj & Big Sean Star In Adidas Commercial

Adidas is showing off their global trendsetter ways by featuring Nicki Minaj and Big Sean in their latest campaign for the Jeremy Scott x Adidas campaign.

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Celebs Out & About: Rihanna, Keri Hilson, Kimbella, Vivica Fox, Big Sean & More

After closing out another show on her ‘Loud Tour,’ Rihanna stepped out for a night on the town in Milan last night.  She didn’t looked too thrilled and didn’t have a reason to be. She just listed her 6.5 million dollar Beverly Hills mansion for only 4 million, as it has acquired extensive damage to the roof from water and moisture. Looks like she got got…

 Love & Hip Hop’s vixen Kimbella was spotted partying it up at the Gold Room in Atlanta Last night…
Vivica Fox looked good as she stepped out in some tight leather pants and stiletto pumps in Philly over the weekend. She’ll have another six pack and a smile to replace ole Slimm in no time …
 Big Sean has been on tour for six months and finally celebrated his last tour stop last night in Atlanta as part of Grey Goose’s Rising Icons/ Finally Famous tour. The King of the South T.I along with Young Jeezy, Kenny Burns and Kevin Liles all came through to celebrate.

Ludacris – “Bada Boom” (Big Sean/Drake Diss) (Video)

In today’s black news and black gossip Ludacris disregards the white flag Big Sean threw up by releasing a video for his diss track “Bada Boom,” which takes this three-party rap beef to the next level.
Luda keeps the camera below his eyes in this clip and continues with the track’s Fifth Element theme by featuring a chick in the video who’s dressed like Mila Jovovich’s character Leeloo from the film. When she stumbles upon hip-hop beef by typing “war” into a Google search, Luda offers a brief history lesson with a montage of rapper diss lines and videos from the past. This pretty much confirms that Ludacris is not giving the “Supa Dupa Flow” controversy up so quickly.


Big Sean Responds To Ludacris’ Diss

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In today’s black news and black gossip, Earlier this week, Ludacris surprised everyone when he aired out Drake and Big Sean on a mixtape record titled, ‘Bada Boom’ and ‘History Lesson’. The records were in response to Drake and Big Sean’s past interviews were they alluded to him using their flows. In a recent interview with a Seattle Radio Station KUBE 93, Big Sean responded to Luda’s diss by saying that he has no issues with Ludacris:

Whats with  the beef between you and Luda?
I don’t have any problems with Luda and I never did. I think he’s referring to an interview I did over a year ago, literally over a year ago. In the interview, I said he’s a legend; I respect people who came up ahead of me. I respect the O.G’s of the G’s in general. They were telling me about the supa dupa flow because on second mixtape “U Know Big Sean” I had a flow on there where I was using one word to describe another word in the punch line form. I would give them line after line, after line, barcode. I feel like Drake made it more popular on that song “Forever.” A lot of people thought Drake made this up and it was new and Drake said “I can trace that back to Big Sean on his mixtape. That’s where I first heard it and I think that’s where a lot of Mcee’s got it from,” that’s what Drake said. So people were saying “Yo, this is your flow that you came up with” and I was like okay.
When asked if he felt as though he was the first to use that rhyming style, Big Sean responded:
Nah, let me tell you something, I’m pretty sure it was done before then. We’re talking about now, where it came from. I feel like a lot of people got it from Drake. Drake was like, “Yo, I got this from Sean.” That’s just how it was. I’m not trying to debate I was the first to do this ever. I’m just saying that’s where it was between us. So then they were like what’s a good example of this and a bad example of that? So I said Luda’s line. I’m telling you, this was over a year ago. I can’t believe it was something lingering this long because I’ve talked to his mangers and I’ve kicked it with him and stuff.
I don’t have any issue with Luda. I didn’t even know he cared that much for a year to be still thinking about what I said in an interview. It’s not like I was like, “Luda is weak.” I think Luda is a legend and one of the best. I’m not going to front.
Do you think Ludacris is saying these things to stay relevant?
Yo, I couldn’t even tell you why another man would do that. I think people just want to see some beef. I’ll tell you this now; a lot of people think me and Drake got problems and I can only speak for my side but I talked to Drake a month or two ago and everything was all cool. I don’t know personally if he has any issues with me now but as far as I’m concerned that’s the homie and I don’t have anything against him. Luda is Luda; I don’t really know Luda like that so I can’t say anything but I don’t have anything against him. I’m surprised he cared so much. Somebody that’s been in the game that long, I didn’t think that they would be hanging on to what people say so much

Big Sean & Nicki Minaj’s "Dance (A$$) Remix" Video (Nicki Minaj Can Twerk)

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In todays Black gossip and black entertainment rapper Big Sean just released his brand new music video for his remix single for the efficiently titled “Dance (Ass).”  And he has Nicki Minaj–who also appears on the remix–taking up one of the video vixen slots.

Check Out the video below A bootylicious Nicki decided to make it clap and make that mutha **** Hammertime in Big Sean’s new video.  The original track appears on his debut album Finally Famous.
Big Sean tweeted:@NICKIMINAJ u did dat baby. Show’d em how to do it.
You feelin’ it?


Big Sean Talks Project With Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y [Video]

Big Sean Talks Working With Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y
Earlier this year fans were hyped up about a possible collaborative project between rappers Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y.
While the three did release a few records in 2011, months have gone by without any word of more music or an official release from the threesome.
In a recent interview with MTV News, Big Sean explains how the collabs began and if fans should even expect to hear more from the three artists.

“We just had a studio bus on tour, me and Wiz and Curren$y. You know, they already did the How Fly mixtape, so they were working on something themselves.”
“They were talking about how they wanted a verse from me. I was like, ‘Man, f*ck a verse, why don’t I just be on the whole thing?”

Watch the rest of Big Sean’s interview with MTV Mixtape Daily to find out when Wiz, Spitta and Sean will be released (if ever)