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Nov 22 2011

Big Sean Talks "Finally Famous Over Everything," G.O.O.D. Music Album

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Big Sean talks about his upcoming mixtape and what fans can expect from the G.O.O.D. Music LP. Sermon's Domain recently caught up with Big Sean after the Seattle leg of his Finally Famous tour. During the interview, the Detroit rapper gave his fans an update on his upcoming mixtape FFOE (Finally Famous Over Everything). Although the mixtape is reportedly due out next month, Big Sean explained that the fact that he's in constant demand for guest spots is keeping him from completing the project. "You can expect [FFOE (Finally Famous Over Everything)] as music. I'm supposed to be finishing it up, but it seems like feature after feature comes up that I have to hop on some shit always," he explained. "It's coming soon, though. I ain't gonna take too long with it." Sean also discussed the highly anticipated collaborative album from Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music roster. The Detroit rhymer hinted at a few of the collaborations that fans can expect from the G.O.O.D. Music gang, as well as confirming that the LP will feature production from 'Ye and Hit-Boy. "I've got a lot more to do [for the G.O.O.D. Music Album]," he explained. "As far as production goes, y'all are gonna hear some stuff from Kanye [West], from Hit-Boy, from a lot of people. You're gonna hear songs with like me, Kanye and [Kid] Cudi, me, CyHi [Da Prynce], Pusha [T] and all depends on 'Ye [if we go outside of G.O.O.D. Music], that's up to him, but I'm pretty sure that it's mostly gonna be G.O.O.D. Music." The full interview can be seen below.

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"Royalty" by Jeremih, Future and Big Sean.Courtesy Photo

After a five-year wait for Late Nights: The Album (which still doesn't have a release date or track list), today (Oct. 30) has brought not one but two new Jeremih tracks. The second single of the day, "Royalty," features Future and Big Sean alongside the all-too-patient crooner over a lazy, spaced-out beat.

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Technically the fifth single off the album ("oui," which dropped this morning, is the most recent -- the oldest is 2014 summer smash "Don't Tell 'Em"), "Royalty" finds Jeremih combining his trademark bedroom-ready lilt with Future's 2015-defining, Actavis-fueled rhymes....

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Big Sean Talks Detroit and Giving Back in 'HYPETRAK' Magazine: Volume 2

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