Peter Bailey spends an evening inside Miami Beach's Fontainebleau with Big Sean talks about his support for Barack Obama, dating and his Adidas deal alongside working with Jay Z and Kanye West.
He's so hotCynthia Brown
Not luck at all it was all him 100 %, as a matter of fact it's the law of attraction look it upChris B
Not necessarily. Sean actually just started rapping in front of Kanye through his job at a radio station. He was like an intern. It def luck though.sohelpmegod
Love Sean!! Very good interview!! :)thadiva777
"i had seven tshirts and three pairs of jeans" thats MORE than i had.mrdk216
I like how Big Sean is an open book; he really gives his best in interviews even when he's on the grindMe
Love u big Sean!Chocolate Kisses123
he seem kinda bored....gjoexoxo
Nice conversationDuquan Hall
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Big Sean a real dudejason neal
Watch my first rap song :)YoungDiamond956
I respect Big Sean n Eminem they both the realest to tha max n thatz wat I respect. #I DO IT BOIICash'e McCray
he's so sexy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Faerriss Maurice
i respect this man...realest nigga..big sean shuts out manAkTheKid
he isnt in young moneyjoi lewis
big sean is just so humble and layed back .. i love this man <3Amber H
This was inspiring but the end was awkward...'Oh god!?'T Kash
this nigga boringoBlvd
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