Big Sean got his start after demanding to spit a freestyle to Kanye at the radio station he worked at- now the rest is history for Sean Michael Leonard Anderson. Having made a number of studio hits and dope mixtapes, for a period Big Sean was one of the most visible rappers in the game, with a smooth style and hip hop jewelry to match.
Always a Detroit solid, Big Sean’s contributions to the rap game can’t be doubted, nor the influences of Yeezy, Eminem, The Notorious B.I.G and J Dilla on his bars. From tearing up the rap battles to tearing it up with a Goyard bag, Sean has been known for putting out solid bangers throughout his career.
Big Sean’s iced out jewelry style isn’t about flash and finery (though he does look dope in a fine tailored tuxedo): the man rocks jeans, a graphic shirt and hat at nearly all occasions- it’s all about the fine points, with iced out jewelry pendants to make the outfit pop. Check the hands, you’ll see fine diamond bling rings on display from gem encrusted to stylized bling bling jewelry gold and diamond tiger rings. Hip Hop Bling has the hip hop jewelry for all those G’s out hustlin’ looking one day to rep like Big Sean- we can do it today, without his kind of bank.
“Consistency is often the one thing that separates leaders from trend-chasers.” –GQHQ
This quote symbolizes Big Sean, and while some rappers put out one or two hits then fade, Sean’s skill and pure persistence has elevated him to one of the more respected spitters in the game within the past decade. Working with Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Roscoe Dash, Nicki Minaj, Jhene Aiko, Lil Wayne, Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill , Wale, Tyga, Kevin McCall, Aleesia, John West, Kelly Rowland, DJ Drama, Kirko Bangz, Bun B, Ariana Grande, Fall Out Boy, Jessie J, Juicy J, Cris Cab, Wiz Khalifa, Trey Songz, Tinie Tempah, Miley Cyrus, Skylar Grey, Travis Barker, Snoop Dogg, D’banj, The-Dream, Pusha T, Chief Keef, Jadakiss and others has certainly elevated his career, and given him a solid resume on top.
Big Sean is a man of the people- when the Flint Water Crisis hit, he dropped fat stacks on the city to help the citizens in need. Two months after I Decided dropped, Sean was offered the Keys to the City of Detroit for his charitable contributions to the Sean Anderson foundation. Whether it’s dropping bars or money on those in need, we hope Big Sean continues to be a consistent part of the game for some time to come.