The Marathon continues.
Yesterday, Big Sean revealed the cover art and release date of his long-awaited, “Detroit 2” album. Today, he reveals his collaboration with the late, Nipsey Hussle, titled “Deep Reverence.” The Hit-Boy and G-RY produced record was initially previewed this past March, leaving fans anxious for the full drop. And now, it’s finally here.
RIP NIP!!! I can’t think of a better time to drop this one! Love! #Detroit2 next week! Letssss goooooooooo! 🚀
— Sean Don (@BigSean) August 25, 2020
On “Deep Reverence,” Big Sean gives his street testimony as Nipsey chimes in with straight knowledge on the game. We wouldn’t expect anything less.
“F**k rap, I’m a street legend. Block love me with a deep reverence. I was birthed in a C-section. Hella cops and police presence. We got opps so we keep weapons. Y’all still learning street lessons. From the mastermind, first you master grind. Then your team catch it. This time is for the money, I don’t need credit. And I’m the don cos the streets said it,” raps the Crenshaw legend.
In one of Sean’s verses, he clears the air about his rumored beef with Kendrick Lamar: “After what happened to Nipsey, I reached out to Kendrick. It wasn’t even no real issues there to begin with. Lack of communication and wrong information from people. Fueled by the ego is like mixing flames with diesel.”
Sean gets super personal as well, revealing about a time in his life where he thought about anxiety, depression and suicide.
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