Video: Big Sean Interview w/ Billboard

Big Sean talks to Billboard’s The Juice blog about his upcoming tour in October, the possibility of joining Kanye and Jay on their’s and discusses about the “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay” single/video:

His second single, “Marvin and Chardonnay,” featuring Kanye West and Roscoe Dash, climbs fifteen notches to No. 21 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs this week. “It was all Kanye’s creation. He gave me the beat, Roscoe was already on it,” Big Sean told’s The Juice of “Marvin and Chardonnay.” “He was in Paris, I was in LA and he hit me and was like like, ‘yo, you should put this on your album.’ It was perfect. It was a key necessity for it. We wrote our verses over the phone and just knocked it out.”

Big Sean recently placed the finishing touches on the video for “Marvin and Chardonnay.” “Hype Williams shot the video, it’s pretty G’d up. It’s the classic Hype Williams,” he says. “We took our time with it. Fine ass girls. We’re [Big Sean, Kanye West and Roscoe Dash] all in there.”

“There’s also another clip [in there] of another video,” Big Sean spills.

Previously: Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y & Big Sean – Proceed

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51 Responses to “Video: Big Sean Interview w/ Billboard”

  1. jderrida Says:

    jderrida Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    That’s the thing, though. They export because they have more than enough for their populace, and in the event of a crisis they wouldn’t suddenly lose the capability to produce those same products/resources. So they would end up waiting on foreign [i.e. U.S.] demand to pick up.

    ^No this bullshit. China has a huge population but the reason that their products are bought is because there cheap. Its cheap to Chinese because
    1) China continues to devalue its currency
    2) The cost of Chinese workers are a fifth of Americans

    Yeah there is a large pool of workers, but India has the same population but doesn’t sell nearly enough goods as China because of what China does.

    No dude.

    It’s true that China manipulating it’s currency is a big part of demand for their products, but I wasn’t just talking about China in particular when I said that about export based economies.

    That’s great that you read up on that stuff but how exactly does your point relate to what I said? Export-based economies DO have to wait for demand to pick up before their economies can get back into gear.

    How they got to be export based economies, and whether currency manipulation has to do with it is irrelevant. The only thing that matters is that they produce an excess of something of which they need to export.


    Yeah in the 80s. Now in 2011, domestic producers separate global demand and local. With advances to tools and production, manufactures can produce efficiently even if a portion of their profits come from exports.

    Without a cheap currency YOU CAN NOT BECOME A EXPORT BASED COUNTRY.

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