With all the focus on his “relationship” with pop sensation, Ariana Grande, the music Big Sean has been putting out recently has gone overlooked. This is certainly not because of its quality because tracks like “Jit/Juke” go hard.
With a noticeable increase in intensity, “Jit/Juke” has Big Sean showing off his lyrical abilities more than ever. While there has not been a larger project announced yet from Sean, tracks like “Jit/Juke” will have everyone ready to focus on the music Sean Don is ready to drop.
Listen to “Jit/Juke” below.
Big Sean went on an unexpected spree last week giving his fans four brand new tracks from out of nowhere. With three of them unlinked to a larger project it will be interesting to see where hot joints like “I Don’t F**k WIth You” end up down the road.
Receiving the most attention not only for the rhymes but also the connection to Sean’s ex, “I Don’t F**k With You” continues Sean Don’s run of inspired bars. Joined by E-40, Sean is unrelenting in his attack as he clearly makes it known that “I Don’t F**k With You”.
Listen to “I Don’t F**k With You” below.
So Big Sean dropped four brand new tracks this afternoon. Don’t worry you read that correctly. While he did tease some new music, few were expecting more than one new joint but now that they are here listeners are in “Paradise”.
The only track currently tied to a larger project, “Paradise” brings back the Mike Will Made It and Big Sean connection. Found on the producers upcoming mixtape Ransom, “Paradise” bangs and bangs hard as Sean breaks his momentary silence with utter aggression.
Listen to “Paradise” below.
He has certainly impressed with Days Before Rodeo. But even with all the praise and hype built up from the album, Travi$ Scott is not letting it get to his head because this guy “Don’t Play”.
The lead single from Day Before Rodeo, “Don’t Play” more than ever shows the reach of Scott despite his limited time in the game. The British rock band, The 1975, opens up “Don’t Play” for an intro very few expected. But this joint separates itself from much of what else is out today because of Scott’s flow and one of Big Sean’s best verses in some time.
Watch the official video for “Don’t Play” below.
He has produced some of the hottest beats in the game for some of the biggest names in the business over the course of the past few years. Now DJ Mustard is ready to drop his own album and the marquee names continue to roll in especially on tracks like “Face Down”.
The standout track from Mustard debut album 10 Summers, “Face Down” brings in the big guns as Mustard delivers the goods. The verses from Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG and Lil Boosie are only enhanced by Mustard’s signature production which once again bangs the speakers.
Listen to “Face Down” below.
Over the course of his career and thus far in his run towards Nobody’s Smiling, Common has thrived with politically and social charged tracks. But for his latest single, the G.O.O.D. Music MC is switching it up slightly by getting the clubs to throw their “Diamonds” in the sky.
While it may not be his norm or strong suit, “Diamonds” is a banger on which Common thrives. With Big Sean by his side who has made his living off tracks like this, “Diamonds” won’t be the track on Nobody’s Smiling that stands out because of it’s differing content but because it is one of the hottest tracks on the album.
Listen to “Diamonds” below.
There have been big singles off of Mastermind and huge features already but when Rick Ross dropped off his most recent project there was only one track everyone was buzzing about. The beat, the features, the sample, it is all there on “Sanctified”.
Featuring a recreated verse from Betty Wright, “Sanctified” my start off as a sermon but really goes in once Kanye West’s production drops. Yeezus also drops a tight verse for “Sanctified” to join Big Sean’s chorus and Rick Ross himself who caps of the track with a verse fit for a boss.
Listen to “Sanctified” below.