No, you aren’t experiencing Déjà vu. This isn’t a re-release of Rick Ross’ Mastermind standout, Sanctified, but rather an extended version of Big Sean‘s truncated contribution. Apparently, Sean would like the world to hear him rip to shreds the heavy-handed beat from Kanye West, Mike Dean, and DJ Mustard. As the trap-soul hybrid cranks behind him, the Motown native rattles off braggadocios bar after braggadocios bar with a quirky, charismatic flow. There is no hook and there are no guests present; just Sean doing Sean. In fact, this quick hitter unveiling is so impressive that you are going to want him to release yet another version of the record with even more fun, ostentatious bars. The original, which also features Kanye and Ross, can be found on the Teflon Don’s sixth studio album, Mastermind, out now.
Written by Lucas G. on 03/5/14
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