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Big Sean Discusses Lil Wayne Recording On “Deep” & Recites His Verse Word For Word

Big Sean Discusses Lil Wayne Recording On Deep & Recites His Verse Word For Word

In a recent interview with DJ Whoo Kid on his The Whoolywood Shuffle radio show, Big Sean talked about his latest album Dark Sky Paradise, working with Lil Wayne, and plenty more subjects.

At the 8:00 mark of the conversation, which you can watch below, Sean mentioned Weezy heard a few songs from his album but he knew straight away that “Deep” was the one he wanted to record a verse on.

Sean Don also spoke on Tunechi giving him a nice co-sign in his verse, Tune letting him know that he meant every word of what he said, and then recited the verse word for word!

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Big Sean Speaks On Lil Wayne Giving Him A Co-Sign In His “Deep” Verse

Big Sean Speaks On Lil Wayne Giving Him A Co Sign In His Deep Verse

We saw Big Sean chat to The Breakfast Club about Lil Wayne‘s verse on his “Deep” song yesterday, and now here is another interview of Sean talking about the verse; this time with MTV. If you haven’t yet heard “Deep“, Weezy gives Sean Don a nice co-sign in his lyrics:

“I feel like Sean don’t get enough shine; Is it because he ain’t got the tattoos? He ain’t throwing up signs? Well let me throw up mine and also let me share this vision of mine; Fuck the finish line, just finish in lines; And if getting your point across crosses the line; Some of the time, then cross it with pride; That’s real my nigga, remember that; And it ain’t about if they remember you, they remember rap; So just spit it back and hope somebody diggin’ that; Cause this shit is deep”

In the interview that you can watch below, Big Sean spoke on being humbled by the co-sign, Tunechi calling him one of his favorites when they were in the studio together, working with Drake and Kanye West on “Blessings“, and more!

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50 Cent Talks Lil Wayne vs. Birdman Feud & Big Sean Discusses Weezy’s “Deep” Verse

50 Cent Talks Lil Wayne vs Birdman Feud & Big Sean Discusses Weezy Deep Verse

Check out two recent interviews that Power 105.1′s “The Breakfast Club” radio show did with Big Sean and G-Unit’s 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks after the jump below.

In the G-Unit interview from the 7:00 mark, 50 speaks to DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God about why he doesn’t want to comment on the Lil Wayne vs. Birdman situation and why there is a big problem at Cash Money.

Fiddy also explained that Tunechi and Baby‘s relationship is different, because it was Tune‘s sixth album that was a hit and so any other label would of had him out the game already.

At the beginning of the Sean conversation with Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne, he chatted a little bit about Weezy‘s verse on “Deep” and how Weezy called him up after he recorded it to say that he meant every word of what he said in the verse!

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Big Sean – Deep (Feat Lil Wayne)

Big Sean Deep Feat Lil Wayne

We first heard about this collaboration at the end of 2014 when Big Sean said Lil Wayne gave him a “crazy verse” for his album and now the song, which is called “Deep“, has made it’s way online.

The Key Wane-produced track will appear on Sean‘s upcoming Dark Sky Paradise album that you can preorder here before it is released on February 24th.

You can stream “Deep” after the jump below. How do you compare it to the other Big Sean and Weezy collabos, such as “Beware” and “My Homies Still“?

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Lil Wayne Raps All About Big Sean On Their “Deep” Collaboration Off “Dark Sky Paradise”

Lil Wayne Raps About Big Sean On Their Deep Collaboration Off Dark Sky Paradise

Kazeem Famuyide from STASHED got the chance to listen to Big Sean‘s upcoming Dark Sky Paradise album, which will be released in stores later this month on February 24th.

During the listening session, Kazeem mentioned that he wasn’t feeling Sean‘s “Deep” song featuring Lil Wayne until “a memorable Lil Wayne verse saved all of that at the very end”.

He also revealed that Weezy was rapping all about Big Sean in his verse and going into detail about why Sean does not get enough credit for his lyrics like he should do.

You can read the review for “Deep” after the jump below. Does this get you more hyped for the Key Wane-produced collaboration?

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