Common and Big Sean have added another contender to growing list of candidates for song of the summer.
Ariana Grande’s new album will feature a whole mess of guest artists, from Big Sean to Childish Gambino.
Jennifer Lopez is gearing up for summer with her ear worm of a single “I Luh Ya Papi.” The song recently got the remix treatment from DJ Khaled which features French Montana, Big Sean and Tyga.
“Rick Ross is such a gangsta, his beard has warrants,” Arsenio Hall joked when he introduced the Miami rapper on his late night show last night.
‘Bangerz’ features huge names such as Britney Spears, Big Sean, Nelly, Ludacris, Future, and French Montana, as well as high-value producers such as Mike Will Made It, Pharrell, and Dr. Luke.
In the clip, Grande professes her love for that special someone in several different locations including the bus, the street, a house party, the rooftop and some random scaffolding. Very Paula Abdul in her video for “Cold Hearted.”
Kendrick Lamar says his verse on Big Sean’s “Control” was not a diss to other rapper’s in the game, it’s just about friendly competition and admitted before getting into rap, he wanted to be the next Michael Jordan.
The latest clip in a series picks up where the video for “Alone Together” left off, finding the band violently assaulted by a group of BMX bike-riding kids wielding a host of weapons, ranging from baseball bats to knives.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated, from a critical pop fan’s perspective.
Kendrick goes in on one of the best verses of the year, sorry Big Sean and Jay Electronica.
Maximum amounts of Crew Love.
In the video, Cyrus is the main attraction as she struts around in short-shorts, see-through sweaters and metallic two-pieces.
It’s all Drake, but 2 Chainz and Big Sean manage to fit in there two and make a nice Drake sandwich.