Last year, Lil Wayne enjoyed a successful summer, but he had to share the spotlight with Rick Ross and several newcomers. Among the newcomers taking up the spotlight last year was G.O.O.D. Music rapper, Big Sean. A native of Detroit, Big Sean had been with Kanye West’s label for two years and was growing frustrated, as he waited for his big break.
Big Sean quickly established himself as a star, featuring Chris Brown on his first single. Quickly, he worked with more big artists, as his second single featured Roscoe Dash and Kanye West. The third single, “Dance (A$$),” had no feature. However, as the song gained popularity, Nicki Minaj added a verse to the single.
Currently, Big Sean is working closely with Drake, despite the brewing feud between Pusha T and the Young Money duo. With Big Sean working with two of the major three players of Young Money, it was only a matter of time before he worked with Lil Wayne. Preparing to release a new album later this year, Lil Wayne has turned to Big Sean for his new single, “My Homies Still.”
A few weeks ago, Big Sean revealed he had been working with both Lil Wayne and DJ Khaled.