Big Sean’sÂ sophomore album, Hall Of Fame. However, he has a complete project from start to finish. One track in particular “Fire” (No I.D.) isÂ a very good track.
AsÂ Big Sean tells it, this track was originally forÂ Kanye West, who is noticeably not on the album.
BigÂ Sean, in a recent interview explained how Kanye helped with this project.
â€œI love to take what people have to offer. But most importantly, I listen to what I feel in my heart. Sometimes when I didnâ€™t listen to my heart and things werenâ€™t working out like I wanted to. I made a promise to myself, especially after this album, I always listen to my heart. Always go with what I believe in. Thatâ€™s one of the things [Kanye West] taught me indirectly without even saying. Just from his actions. Heâ€™s the best. Kanye West is the best. Nobody can argue with that.
â€œYou gotta take risks at some point. You live and you learn. He had a lot to do with this like DONDA and his company. The music. He was the reason that my album packaging looked so good. Itâ€™s such a conceptual album packaging. Everything from the music and the videos all went together so well. It really felt like a real project. Heâ€™s the reason I have a â€œFireâ€ beat. He gave me the beat for â€œFire.â€ He had it and he loved it, but [he said], â€˜I think this will be great for you.â€™ He gave me input on songs like â€œNothing Is Stopping You.â€ I uses his voice on â€œNothing Is Stopping You.â€ He gave me a lot of input the songs he liked. What were his favorite, what were his least favorite. All that. Itâ€™s just great. Heâ€™s a great dude and he letâ€™s you be artistic.â€