Big Sean says there's no animosity between him and Drizzy, and shares a few details about his collaboration with Curren$y and Wiz.
Tim Westwood recently caught up with G.O.O.D. Music's latest star Big Sean to discuss his msuical activity this summer and his acclaimed debut Finally Famous: The Album. During the interview, Sean also discussed the rumors circulating that he and Drake are embroiled in a fued.
Big Sean confirmed Drake's recent statement at a show in Detroit that the two artists are not actually beefing with one another. He said that while Drake's adaptation of his flow may seem like enough of a spark to fuel a fight between the two, the two artists are on good terms.
“Drake is my homie, he just shouted me out a few days ago," he said. “As far as that flow thing goes, he just borrowed an element of a flow that I made up in '09 on [my mixtape] Uknow Big Sean. That same cadence I used, he used on the song 'Forever,' but he admitted he was like, 'Yo I got that style from Big Sean.'"
Big Sean also spoke on his recently formed super-group with Curren$y and current tour mate Wiz Khalifa. Although details about the exact size of the group's recording history went unmentioned, Sean did reveal that they are planning a mixtape together and that they have a number cuts already recorded. He also added that at the end of the day, the trio is simply having fun with their collaboration.
“We’re just having fun with it," he explained. "That’s what people are not doing these days, they’re not having fun with this shit.”
The full interview can be read over at MTV.