Big Sean has remained comparatively quiet exterior of some competition appearances on the music entrance as he works towards his subsequent extremely anticipated solo album. VIBE really caught up with the Detroit MC following his set at One Music Fest in Atlanta earlier this month to get his tackle a mess of subjects, together with his friendship with Mac Miller and experimenting together with his voice in a singing capability.
Like a lot of the hip-hop neighborhood, Sean was shaken after studying in regards to the tragic lack of Mac, though the pair solely linked up for a lone observe "Hundred Dollar Bill Skyscraper" again in 2012. "I shed a number of tears as a result of I knew the kind of individual he was. He was an excellent dude, he had a optimistic vitality about him and was simply gone means too quickly," he stated.
Sean Don mirrored on the unlikely friendship he fashioned with Mac when the late rapper confirmed as much as considered one of his early Finally Famous mixtape meet-and-greets in 2008. "We first met when he got here to my meet-and-greet as a fan and stated that he raps. I signed his mixtape," the 30-year-old recalled. "That similar evening I used to be performing, however he was poppin’. He hopped on the mic and everybody knew who he was. I wasn’t aware of him, however this needed to be earlier than he dropped Ok.I.D.S. Ever since then, we’ve simply all the time been cool."
Sean additionally opened up about the potential of followers listening to some extra singing from the G.O.O.D. Music artist within the close to future. In order to faucet into extra of his R&B mentality, the "Bigger Than Me" rapper is taking vocal classes and sharpening his expertise on the piano.
"I really feel like I’ve a superb pure tone and my vocal instructor instructed me I’ve a extremely good voice so I’ve been engaged on it, doing my vocal warm-ups, simply taking my craft somewhat extra severely," he says. "All I ever wished to be was a rapper however these days, I’ve been writing songs."
Watch the remainder of the interview over at VIBE.