Big Sean Says He’s Starting His Own Label Following ‘Detroit 2’ Release
Big Sean Says He’s Starting His Own Label Following ‘Detroit 2’ Release: American rapper, Big Sean has revealed that he intends starting his own record label following the release of his latest album Detroit 2.
The Detroit rapper announced this while doing a Q&A with fans on Twitter via the #AskBigSean hashtag in the promotion of the album. When the user (@Mikeeasay) asked if he was still signed with Kanye West’s label G.O.O.D Music, Big Sean replied,
“Yep! I’m starting my own after this album though. Any artist u think I need to sign? It’s time!”
Yep! I’m starting my own after this album though. Any artist u think I need to sign? It’s time! https://t.co/CemIZcC4nB
Although his plans are clear, it’s difficult to say whether Sean will remain on G.O.O.D. Music for his albums as his answer is ambiguous on that front. The rapper has been signed with ‘Ye since 2007, after meeting the G.O.O.D. Music head honcho at a local radio station and randomly rapping some bars for him. It’s interesting to note that Kanye doesn’t contribute with any vocals or production on Detroit 2.
Big Sean also answered some other questions like when we can expect the original Detroit on streaming services, his favorite songs on the LP, and his song with J. Cole not getting finished in time. Detroit 2 is currently projected to move 125k copies in the first week and debut behind Tekashi 6ix9ine.