Check out this footage from Big Sean’s performance with Fly Union at Zodiac in Toledo, OH. His set included “Smoke ‘N’ Drive,” “Iraq,” “Getcha’ Some,” and his collaborative effort with Fly U, “Poed Up.” The second video is a behind the scenes look at the Finally Famous crew chillin’ (and clownin’) after the show. Big Sean also briefly talks about his accident in Hawaii, where he badly injured his feet. On behalf of WEKNOWBIGSEAN, we would like to wish him a speedy recovery!
[kyte.tv appKey=MarbachViewerEmbedded&uri=channels/312664/544861&tbid=k_245&p=p/ls&height=445&width=425]Wow, this beat is on some epic, anthem sh*t… stay tuned.
New joint from Finally Famous member Jwan. Dude can rap, sing, and produce.
Download: Jwan – “Pussy (I Promise)”
More than a few of yall have been asking for the mp3 of this joint, so here it is! It’s the abridged version (without the third verse), but it’s definitely still worth the download. Shouts out to AK for the assist!
They say my pockets something like the third season/
Cuz even though they full of green, they keep leavin/
I guess I’ll ball till I fall. Get it? Fall/
And I gave that shit a whole new meaning/
New (old) feature Big Sean did for fellow Detroit homie Big Shan that not many of you have heard. It’s off Big Shan’s mixtape, Guap Time, which released in 2007. Big Shan can also be heard dropping a verse on “Streets On Lock,” a track on Big Sean’s Finally Famous mixtape.
Here’s some videos of Big Sean and the FF crew chillin’ out on the beach in Hawaii. Although I personally do not condone thong sandals (chancletas if you will), there IS a time and a place for everything.
At the :42 mark, peep Big Sean’s “Desire, Want & Need” in the background. Fitting song, but what Brandon Jennings really needs is an education + 3 years of college experience. We’ll see how he fares in the league. Don’t have this song? Click HERE to download it.
Click the picture or click HERE, to watch No I.D. and Big Sean putting some finishing touches on the album, Finally Famous. For those that aren’t familiar with No I.D., he is an experienced producer hailing from Chicago who has worked with rap megastars such as Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Common.