After “I Don’t Fuck with You” and “Paradise,” “Blessings” is the third single off of Big Sean’s latest album, Dark Sky Paradise. The single features verses from Drake and Kanye with production by Vinylz and Allen Ritter. “Blessings” is a straightforward song about being grateful for the the money and possessions in these rappers lives.
I recently got into a car accident while this song was playing on the radio. Needless to say, the situation was dripping with irony (as well as transmission fluid).
Big Sean’s new track “I Don’t Fuck With You” is the lead single from his upcoming third studio album. The track, aimed caustically at ex Naya Rivera, features a verse from E-40 and production by DJ Mustard and Kanye West.
I never really appreciated this song until someone threw out my perfectly good salad dressing from the fridge at work… “I don’t fuck with YOU!”
“Sanctified,” featuring Kanye West and Big Sean, is one of the biggest tracks off of Rick Ross’s latest album, Mastermind, out now.
After doing some research regarding the title of this song, I quickly realized that I don’t know anything about sainthood or religious rites in general.
…and with lyrics like, “felatio’s amazin’, make grilled cheese for you the best,” it looks like Rick Ross doesn’t either.
Drake’s latest album, Nothing Was the Same, dropped today and it is as dark and reflective as ever. (I love it, of course — Drake could record himself brushing his teeth and I’d probably say, “what a revelation – a true innovator.”)
Drake’s latest single, “All Me” is true to the spirit of the album, and is about working hard and making money all on his own.
I’d like to tell you this song is flawless, but 2 Chainz is on it, so it’s not. He rhymes “go off” with “go off.” (He thought of that with no help — all him). Fortunately, Drake comes in on the next verse and saves the day.
Big Sean recently dropped, “Beware,” and announced the release date of his forthcoming album, Hall Of Fame, is August 27th.
Beware is right, that little creep Wayne has smeagoled his way onto another track, and defiled it as usual. The good news is, delightful new Def Jam signee Jhene Aiko also appears in this song – her second with Big Sean.
I would tell Big Sean that he kills it with this song, but he already knows. Although, I’m not sure why he needs to insult Eddie Bauer in the middle of it. They make the perfect clothes if you have a business meeting while hiking the Grand Canyon:
But finding an outlet for the overhead projector is always a problem…
I imagine it’s intimidating to work with Juicy J…
“Hey, Juicy, guess what? My album just went platinum!”
“Then did you win an Academy Award? Didn’t think so.”
I always get J. Cole and Big Sean confused since they’re both young rappers whose careers have exploded in the past two years. Here they are together in “24K of Gold.” Which is good – it helps me identify each of them. It’s like when twins stand next to each other and you realize they look very different. Oh. Whoops…