No? He says a lot of the same aggressive stuff he used to but now it’s just more blunt and in your face. He also has a lot of the same messages in his songs. Look at World Ablaze, Nothing is Stopping You, and ever 4th quarter tbh. He’s still deep as shit
I literally love everything about him. As of late tho he keeps his personal life private rn which I think is best. As far as his music I love where he’s going. The four songs he released is what I need from him. Detroit and HOF were perfect but personally I didn’t like his first three mixtapes or his first album much but he’s come a long way and that’s what I love.
I have no idea but it further proves my theory of it being a naya diss no matter what he says lmao
bigsean: “I Don’t Fuck With You” is now on iTunes. http://smarturl.it/IDFWU #IDFWU Anthem!!
Recent photo of Ariana and Big Sean!
Things aren’t just G.O.O.D. for Big Sean right now, they’re great. He signed a management deal with Roc Nation, has a brand-new Adidas sneaker in stores and dropped four new songs — “I Don’t F—- With You,” “Paradise,” “Jit/Juke” and “4th Quarter” — on Friday. And if you can believe it, he’s just getting started.
On the business front, Sean’s contract with the Roc will help him expand more. Although his relationship with former manager Kevin Liles remains in tact, he aligned with Jay Z's popular imprint because the company understood his viewpoint. “They really see my vision [and] what I want to do,” emphasizes the 26-year old. “I gave them a chance to help me execute it, and I believe in them. It just feels like a good family over there.”
Being signed to G.O.O.D. Music and Roc Nation does have its perks, one being accessibility to Kanye West and Jay Z — arguably the biggest rappers in the game. “I’ve been able to sit down with the geniuses over there, including Hov, and go through my music with him. A rapper’s dream [is] to be able to sit down and go through your music with one of the greatest rappers of all time,” Big Sean tells Billboard. “And then on top of that, being signed to the greatest artists [West]. Working with Kanye is priceless, man; literally priceless. The gems that I get just make me a better person, and a better artist.”