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Big Sean Detroit 2 Album Review

Big Sean Detroit 2 Album Review
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In the late 2000s and early 2010s, Big Sean was like a streetwear Tumblr come to life, able to rap like Gucci Mane’s kid brother in one song, only to shift gears and drop a pretty serviceable Consequence impression in the next. The Detroit rapper’s manic energy and corny punchlines recalled Quagmire from Family Guy, a comparison that Sean himself stoked on his 2011 track “I Do It,” when he spent a few lines rhyming things with “giggity-giggity” and then rapped, “I’m Quagmire.” His “Marvin & Chardonnay” fit like a glove within the dizzying heights of Rustie’s transcendent 2012 Essential Mix, while the Nicki Minaj collaboration “Dance (A$$)” yielded both a pitch-perfect homage to the ghettotech of his hometown as well as perhaps the decade’s finest song about butts.


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