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 Billboard.com’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. Jackson7 Says:

    idk i dont thiink the mcdouble comes with ketchup and the finely diced onions like the double cheeseburger did

    ————–

    yes it do

    onions ketchup and pickles … and mustard too, in the south

  2. mcb Says:

    yeah fake cheese is whack

    my family kept kosher so we had this rice cheese or veggie cheese

    not the business, in fact, it was not even an organization

  3. Captain Planet Says:

    * Brushes up on Chinese History *

    * Watches Bruce Lee Movies *

  4. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Black Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    I don’t disagree that the U.S. still depends on other economies, it’s just that in the event of a meltdown the U.S. economy would be in a better position to come out of it with little help, and would most likely be the driver of a global recovery with export based economies waiting for world- and thus largely U.S.- demand to pick up.

    ^^^^^^^^^

    I think thats a coin flip tho. In the event of sometype of economic/physical disaster America may be the country starving. What do we do when all the countries we rely on to provide our resources decide to hoard those resources for their own populations?
    ————————————————-

    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.

  5. mcb Says:

    big mac is the sandwich

  6. stot Says:

    # Harlem World Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    MicroStot Office

    ^^

    was this supposed to be funny?

    are you still mad and butthurt about how you thought i was automatically referring to slavery when i mentioned your ancestors?

    dudes r primitive…

    dudes r cavemen…

  7. Mel Kiper III Says:

    General Tso is still King when it comes to chinese

    i aint tryna hear none of that dmv shit d.billz n them used to kick either

  8. Mel Kiper III Says:

    mambo sauce and all that foolishness

    i aint seen that shit on a menu YET

  9. Harlem World Says:

    *watches Romeo Must Die*
    *sides with the Asians*

  10. rex hussla Says:

    there was a McDonalds back in the day by me that had 99cent triple cheeseburgers…just that 1 location

  11. mcb Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    July 28th, 2011 at 2:36 pm
    there was a McDonalds back in the day by me that had 99cent triple cheeseburgers…just that 1 location

    ^^^
    when i was younger and Jurassic park came out, they had hte triple burger. i housed it at such a young age

    obv way more than 99 cents, but it was great

  12. Captain Planet Says:

    * Shows Chinese Sympathy *

    * Mourns the End of Yao Ming’s career *

  13. jderrida Says:

    there was a McDonalds back in the day by me that had 99cent triple cheeseburgers…just that 1 location

    ^Awesome

    Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  14. Black Says:

    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.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    Basically we’re all interdependent. The same way a nigga thats trapping needs fiends, the fiends need the nigga thats trapping.

    I will say that if China or any other country’s economy hits a downturn because of lowered US demand its probably because the US is already fucked up.

  15. Captain Planet Says:

    I heard in the new Jurassic Park

    The Velociraptor carrys guns

    LOL

  16. Harlem World Says:

    If it ain’t Made In China, I don’t respect it.

  17. jderrida Says:

    * Mourns the End of Yao Ming’s career *

    ^Damn, Centers are a dying breed

    I cannot believe in a God who wants to be praised all the time.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  18. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    @Black: No doubt man

  19. Mel Kiper III Says:

    What was the name of the joint mcdonalds dropped for the release of Batman & Robin (movie)

    WOOOOO

    i went damn near every day to get that shit, plus you could get those cool clear mugs that had a different character on it from the movie

  20. Captain Planet Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

    If it ain’t Made In China, I don’t respect it.

    ———————-

    HAHAHAHAHA

  21. Beezy Says:

    I go in on the Mambo sauce when I’m in DC

    catch me a that curry-out, mambo sauce and half and half

  22. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    *pays Chinese homage *

    *robksva Wang Xhu Xhu jersey wit jordans*

  23. Harlem World Says:

    *hires Black & RNC to work for H World Import & Export*

  24. Black Says:

    *Also mourns the End of Yao Ming’s career *

    *Believes he was the greatest center of ALL TIME*

    *sides with China*

  25. Beezy Says:

    McDonald’s Dream Team cups in 1992 were the business

    I wonder if I can buy them shits on ebay

  26. Captain Planet Says:

    * Listens to Wu-Tang Clan *

    * Nods head to Jin’s Music *

  27. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    *hires Black & RNC to work for H World Import & Export*
    ———————————-

    haha

  28. jderrida Says:

    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.

    I love those who do not know how to live for today.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  29. Harlem World Says:

    *salutes our new Chinese overlords*
    *censors Firefox & Internet Explorer*

  30. Samir Says:

    Allen Edmonds Park Avenues >>>

  31. d_block_4_life Says:

    General Tso is still King when it comes to chinese
    ^
    HANDS DOWN

    fuck mambo sauce

  32. ilovemia305 Says:

    Shoutout to those who got a chico back FUCK DA REST OF YALL

    $WonDough$ >>>>

  33. Harlem World Says:

    # Captain Planet Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    * Listens to Wu-Tang Clan *

    * Nods head to Jin’s Music *

    ==================
    ouch

  34. Captain Planet Says:

    China is the World’s Wal-Mart

    Quality can compete with Price for only so long …

  35. LeRoy Green Says:

    if a civilized person doesn’t perform his duty what shall be done?

    -pardon me god that nigga got a gun..

  36. Harlem World Says:

    *salutes our new Chinese overlords*
    *abandons baby girl*

  37. Mel Kiper III Says:

    beezy, jorge

    yall have a Yips around you in the city?

    if so, theyre General Tso Shrimp >>>>>>>>

  38. Beezy Says:

    China’s wages will rise eventually, and they will lose their competitive edge.

    Then they will move to a service-oriented economy and Africa will be the world’s manufacturing hub.

  39. Captain Planet Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    *salutes our new Chinese overlords*
    *abandons baby girl*

    ———————–

    HAHAHAHAH

  40. Mel Kiper III Says:

    Brad Smith said to sign with Bills

    ^
    noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  41. Black Says:

    *salutes our new Chinese overlords*
    *abandons baby girl*

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    LMAO!

  42. Captain Planet Says:

    Beezy Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    China’s wages will rise eventually, and they will lose their competitive edge.

    ————————–

    Do they necessarily have to ?

    They got over a billion people

    Somebody trying to eat !

  43. jderrida Says:

    Quality can compete with Price for only so long …

    ^Tell that to Apple. Apple’s profits from last year were big enough to purchase all of its competitors.

    Quality > Cheap

    China Company X sells 100 Chairs for 300 Dollars
    Apple sells on I-Pod for 300 Dollars
    More work, money and stress to make 100 chairs

    I do not know what the spirit of a philosopher could more wish to be than a good dancer. For the dance is his ideal, also his fine art, finally also the only kind of piety he knows, his “divine service.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  44. Beezy Says:

    There is a Yips downtown … I was there once. That place gets fucking packedddd

  45. London Bloke Says:

    Africa will be the world’s manufacturing hub.

    ^

    I think other asian countries first…then maybe this…if the world still going by then lol

  46. Beezy Says:

    Quality > Cheap

    China Company X sells 100 Chairs for 300 Dollars
    Apple sells on I-Pod for 300 Dollars
    More work, money and stress to make 100 chairs

    ^So what? Could be higher profit margins on the chairs.

  47. Captain Planet Says:

    jderrida Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    ——————————

    Tell that to the mom and pop stores that die everyday because Wal-Mart moves next door

    People got to eat

    People got to save money

  48. jderrida Says:

    Then they will move to a service-oriented economy and Africa will be the world’s manufacturing hub.

    ^Most accurate economic analysis on Nah Right

    In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality at any point.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  49. Beezy Says:

    London Bloke Says:
    July 28th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Africa will be the world’s manufacturing hub.

    ^

    I think other asian countries first…then maybe this…if the world still going by then lol

    >>Vietnam is already replacing China as a cheap manufacturing hub.

  50. RNC Chairman Michael Steele 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.

  51. 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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