Big Sean sat down with Rap-Up to discuss two notable collaborations on his upcoming Hall of Fame album. B-I-G conceptualizes on the track “Milf,” with help from Nicki Minaj and Juicy J. He explains the story behind the Da Internz-produced track.
“‘Milf’ is definitely raunchy, but it’s real because it’s conceptual,” Sean told Rap-Up TV. “It’s for like if you ever dated a girl who has a kid or been that kid where your mom had boyfriends… It’s something fun, but that’s a real subject in society, kids hating who their mom dates. It was cool to formulate that into a song. I’ve never heard that as a rap song.”
The G.O.O.D. music signee also talked “First Chain” featuring Kid Cudi, a former affiliate of Kanye West’s label. Though separated from G.O.O.D. from a business stance, Sean shares that Cudi still pledged his allegiance to the crew on the track.
“[Cudi] said, make sure to say, ‘G.O.O.D. Music forever,’” Big Sean said. “And I thought that was cool and I think that’s gonna be a cool moment for the fans because it just goes to show that it’s deeper than an imprint on a piece of paper. We’re brothers and sometimes business may not always work out, but it’s deeper than that.”
Watch Big Sean’s interview with Rap-Up here.