Kanye West, J. Cole, Meek Mill, Chris Brown And More Joined Big Sean On Stage In L.A. (Yes, It Was Epic)
Big Sean tore down the House Of Blues Sunset Strip in West Hollywood last night (Feb. 7) with a set that was a highlight of the pre-Grammy weekend in Los Angeles. Rocking out for Yahoo! Live to notable tracks and guest verses, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper performed cuts such as “Sanctified,” “Paradise” and “Mula,” and also debuted a new song entitled “Stay Down.” And while he was B-I-G enough to hold the set down on his own, Big Sean still tapped a few special guests.
From J. Cole performing “Can’t Get Enough” and “No Role Modelz,” to Meek Mill hitting the stage for his certified anthem “Dreams & Nightmares (Intro),” to Travi$ Scott performing “Don’t Play,” Big Sean’s guests took his set to new levels of lit. But his most epic guest appearance came from none other than Kanye West, who joined his label signee for “I Don’t Like (Remix)” and his newly-released “Blessings” track. Still, the night would not be complete without a rendition of “IDFWU,” which found the stage swarming with star power.
Joined by West, Scott, DJ Mustard, Tyga, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, YG and Justin Bieber, Big Sean’s big record got the turn up it deserved as Jay Z, J. Lo, and a host of other stars looked on. Watch the full set in the video above.