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Big Sean Talks Eminem, Rick Ross & Jason Collins on NiteCap


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Big Sean Talks Eminem, Rick Ross & Jason Collins on NiteCap

Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap with Big Sean on South Beach where the Detroit emcee discussed working with Eminem, Rick Ross controversy, Jason Collin, girlfriend Naya Rivera and infusing his music with social conscience.






COMMENTS (44)

what the fuck is up with this guy's top lip. 

sonny shetty
2014-11-12T04:59:43.000Z

Big Sean is not a good subject for an interview. He comes off very sophomoric and trying to sound calculated when answering simplistic questions. Kanye, Jay Z or Eminem would be more polished subjects about life, wisdom and success in Hip Hop

#1 Contender
2014-04-04T03:31:36.000Z

Big Sean looks a little like Pac!

Branden Martel
2013-12-12T22:11:43.000Z

Thanks!

Mark Wolf
2013-10-23T22:46:28.000Z

Big sean is the worst rapper alive

dilldshs
2013-09-10T04:07:00.000Z

More like 0:56 (for Eminem)

ecstatic1
2013-08-14T04:53:27.000Z

"people like that." Well yes, because Eminem is just, "people like that." Can't stand Big Sean with his Kanye Ego.

ONE
2013-06-29T16:08:18.000Z

dude look like jason collins. ol gay ass

Daniel Glenn
2013-06-16T07:40:39.000Z

Where can I get Aura Gold!?!?!?!

JumpmanAlan23
2013-06-12T16:07:01.000Z

probably not important..but I think there could have been better body language from Peter Bailey. He kind of seems uncomfortable..fidgeting..constantly adjusting his sleeves. Idk cool interview regardless Just a tip though ..just to not make it so much robotic Q&A ..

daanceduh
2013-05-31T05:53:56.000Z

....three years aint that long when you had the top selling album of a year.

Bruce Wayne
2013-05-29T03:10:03.000Z

I came for SEAN

thatsexywhiteguy
2013-05-28T04:35:14.000Z

Its Seans interview. If you want Eminem go look him up.

Kenny Dudo
2013-05-26T13:25:54.000Z

Man I wanted to hear about Em, he has been on a hiatus FOREVER!

PHXNTXM
2013-05-26T06:21:19.000Z

@2:58 nothing wrong with media influenced hip hop. Its fun music, and it doesn't define music as awhole unlike what most hip hop purists say

Mark Howell
2013-05-25T21:58:11.000Z

Came here for eminem

ashley rodriguez
2013-05-25T21:33:59.000Z

Listen I’m just trying to get my views up so maybe I can get my music heard. I’m young so I’m used to being underrated I’m a female so I’m used to being treated unequally in a mans world, and I rap, and with that it seems to gives every single one who doesn’t know me or my style a reason to think that I’ll won't be good at what I do. Writing is a hobby & most people have said I’m better then they expected. So hear me out please. I write real, & all I’m trying to do is gain Respect–Rae Malato

Rae Malato
2013-05-25T15:29:52.000Z

so sus lol

MasterZedX
2013-05-25T06:13:42.000Z

intro is kinda sus

Jeffrey Brown
2013-05-25T03:22:59.000Z

Dude didn't even say shit about marshall.

Slim Solo
2013-05-24T19:44:24.000Z

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