Derrick Rose and ADIDAS drops a new promo commercial starring plenty of star power from the likes of 2 Chainz, Common, Dom Kennedy, Big Sean and jeweler Ben Baller. The concept of the visual suggests the idea that if Rose had everything striped away from him he would still have everything because his true love lies in the game of basketball. Narrated by Rose, watch as the NBA star takes in the view from his mansion, parties the night away and purchases some bling-bling before hitting the gym to work on his game.
Skylar Grey releases the visual treatment to her single “Back From The Dead” featured on her debut LP Don’t Look Down. The singer-songwriter sports heavy hitter features from the likes of G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean and drummer Travis Barker on her emotional filled record which centers around her struggle of coping with a former lover coming back into her life after already being “dead” to her. Take a look at the trippy black and white visual which finds the singer walking around what appears to be a museum like building.
Karmaloop TV catches up with G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean in Las Vegas on the latest episode of Carissa Rossi’s “That Life” web series. Watch as Sean talks his new clothing line Aura Gold Finally Famous and gives his take on his introduction into th world of fashion. The rapper also takes the opportunity to reassure fans he is driven to keep the line available at reasonable prices. Before heading out, Big Sean gets into his new Hall Of Fame LP, touches on the progression of his music and much more.
Big Sean took the stage on the latest episode of the The Arsenio Hall Show and treated the crowd to a performance of his singles “Beware” and “Fire” featured on his new Hall of Fame LP. Watch as Sean performs “Fire” below for the viewers at home while also treating the in-studio crowd to “Beware.”
Singer, Glee actress and girlfriend to Big Sean, Naya Rivera, drops off her new lyric music video for her new single titled “Sorry.” Sean also contributes a verse and is featured on the bouncy and smooth track. The black and white visuals showcase fast cuts and a few nude women standing within the shadows while dancing as Rivera’s lyrics occasionally swipe across their body’s.
Big Sean checks in with JAY Z’s Life+Times and decodes his song “First Chain” off his new album Hall Of Fame. Breaking down all the details during a candid interview, Sean reflects on the creative direction for the track and shares the meaning behind his lyrics. “First Chain” is Big Sean’s latest single featured on his new Hall Of Fame LP which is now available in stores.
Papoose hijacks Big Sean’s instrumental for “First Chain” and proceeds to go in on the G.O.O.D. Music MC with a diss remix. The New York rapper comes out the gate swinging for the TKO and spits all over Sean’s image and music just over four minutes. To be honest, this isn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be because Pap really commits to the diss and doesn’t pussyfoot around with weak subliminals. Take a listen to Pap’s latest offering below via the audio/video stream.
Vibe catches up with Jay Electronica all the way out in Croatia and gets his thoughts on Big Sean’s “Control.” Surprisingly, Jay Elec admits that apparently he was going to use the track for his upcoming album Act II: Patents of Nobility which still does not have a solid release date and at this point with fans has become sort of a myth. See what Electronica had to say on the matter and more below.
Big Sean gives “10 2 10” the visual treatment off his recently released Hall of Fame LP. The Detroit native reminds fans of just how dedicated to his craft he is and what type of work ethic he’s bringing to the table. Check out the music video below as it boasts some pretty dope landscape shots, trippy looking scenes with vibrant accents and has Sean rapping in what looks like a beach paradise. Hall of Fame is now available to purchase.
G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean hits up D-town for a live performance at DTE Energy Music Theatre. The special evening served as the MC’s release concert and was jam packed full of surprises with guest performance from Drake and Nicki Minaj. Take a look at the footage below to see Sean close out his show alongside Drake who performed “All Me,” “Versace,” and “Started From The Bottom.” Nicki joins Big Sean for “Dance (A$$)” and “MILF.”