Kanye West’s protégé, Big Sean, rose to fame when he did an impromptu rap at a local radio station in Detroit, Michigan when Yeezy was present. Two years later, Big Sean was finally signed to West’s G.O.O.D Music label. He began releasing mix-tapes before putting out his first studio album, “Finally Famous” in the summer of 2011. Teaming up with Chris Brown, Big Sean released his first hit single, “My Last” and later “Marvin Gaye and Chardonnay” with Kanye West and Roscoe Dash. His latest hit, “Dance (A$$)” has also peaked at the top of the charts, and the remix version with Nicki Minaj has helped Big Sean earn his spot amongst some of the top emcees in our generation.
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