Big Sean Talks New Collaborative Mixtape, Ludacris
Big Sean hints at a new collaborative mixtape and discusses Ludacris's attack on his flow.
The Well Versed recently caught up with Big Sean to discuss his success over the past year and future music plans. During the interview, the G.O.O.D. Music representative spoke on an upcoming collaborative mixtape he has in the works with two other artists. Although he did not confirm whether said tape is the long rumored super group project with Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y, he did say that whoever his musical cohorts are, the project will drop soon.
“I’ve just been making sure my next move is right because you can fuck it all up and I’m not about to fuck it all up. It takes time to make an album,” he explained. "We have a group mixtape coming, I’m not going to tell you with who but it is with two other big ass artists. We’re about to drop that.”
Sean also spoke on Ludacris's 2011 song "Badaboom," in which Luda criticized the Detroit emcee and Drake for their appropriation of the "Supa Dupa flow." Sean said that while he feels no ill will to the Atlanta vet, he thinks that the song was a flimsy attempt to generate controversy.
“It’s crazy! I remember getting a Ludacris CD in the sixth grade for Christmas. But that shows me how well I’m doing the people I used to look up to as a kid are now the competition," he explained. "I just think people are trying to get attention. I don’t really give a fuck though. I’m just going to do my thing. I don’t really care about Ludacris in any way. It don’t even matter. I’m pretty sure he’s gonna…never mind. I do wish much success to him and I hope he continues to be a great rapper.”