Peter Bailey joins Big Sean on his Finally Famous Tour in North Carolina & Virginia where the Detroit emcee dishes on Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, his upcoming fashion line and maintaining love and fame
GOOD OVER EVERYTHINGT Kash
Hell yea im from Detroit just like Sean and its hard trying to make it ima make it to the rap game and crush shit when I get there...good luck dude I hope you succeed as wellWazoo a.k.a. Wazzy
I got to meet Big Sean when he was in Richmond 2 months ago, he came out of the trailer right after he did this interview while I was outside the National trying 2 get tickets. Really cool, down to earth dude making good music with G.O.O.D. Music.moneymikey
Got goaaals, got dreeeaaams, I'm infatuated with nice thiiiings BIG SEAN u my inspiration boiiiKaroBarca7
SHOUT OUT TO BIG SEANS MOM FOR NOT LETTING HIM GIVE UP!!323LABARBIE
@cristalfred92 big sean made it. u can buy it @ uknowboigsean(dotcom)Blacka Blackaz
Great voice! I really enjoyed watching this interview. 2 Thumbs UP!!!Monica
somebody knows where i can buy that shirt and which brand it is?cristalfred92
@sounddepth lol did you know he graduated school with a 3.7 gpaGawdLando
powerful line- "what you can feel with your spirit and what you can feel with your heart, is wayy more real than what you can feel with your eyes." BIG SEANS A BIG INSPIRATIONM D.
big sean in my eyes IS at the top of the game. his raps sre so clever, and the road he is on is just getting brighter. it will take time for more people to realize him but its gonna happen.KinsTV
big sean is smarter than he looks... lol! **no shots**sounddepth
big sean interviews always motivate meCardellFlare
you remind me of Tupac, hard lyrics but compassion for others.prettyGIRLdangerous
Big Sean es un gran hefe.John Fee
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