The G.O.O.D. Music Takeover: Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz Featured In Dazed Digital

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G.O.O.D. Music recording artists Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz has a spread and interview in the latest issues of Dazed Digital. Dressed in designer clothes and gold chainz, these dope rappers gave a smooth interview. Cruel Summer arrives August 7. Below are some pics and excerpts:

I realized the value of gold has gone up so I’ve been wearing a lot of gold for the last year and a half,” said 2 Chainz. He points to a luxurious mountain of gold and red that wraps around his wrist. He added, “This vintage Versace is so unique because it looks like a chain wrap but it’s a bracelet. And it has this grenade pin. I really enjoy my Chanel cuff, I have a couple of these. I have a lot of Emilio Pucci, Chanel, Versace,Gucci pieces, and some Christian Lacroix, who actually taught Versace how to make jewelry.”

I have a bunch of runway pieces,” he continues, going back to his gold collection. “Unique jewellery pieces that are one of one. I’ll bump into another rapper who doesn’t have the same pieces that I have. It’s about separating yourself.”

“Some days I’ll be in the studio with Dream and we don’t do nothing but listen to old Tupac. Or listen to old B.I.G. We’ll lose nine hours doing that,” said Pusha T. “And by the time the end of that night comes, we know exactly where to dial in. Dream is genius at dialing into an emotion and creating that emotion. But when I’m working with Kanye, he’ll have a whole vision in his head, and he’ll expound on it until I find a place where I can write to it. He’ll give that part to me, and I push it back to him when I’m done with it. So there’s the element of surprise with Ye, because I don’t even know where the record will go from there. He gives me the rest of the movie.”

Source: Dazed Digital

Photography by Sandy Kim

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Pusha explains why Sean’s formula works so well. “To me, Sean’s everything that’s going on right now with 
the youth. He’s fresh, he’s into 
the good time, he’s into the party. But his music’s about uplifting and doing better. And it’s really honest.”

“I want to change the world, I want to inspire people,” Big Sean says earnestly, in a sharp change from the party-loving rapper who  stepped out from under Kanye’s wing five years ago. “I want to make music that people can live to, music that influences culture, that influences the way people think. 
I never looked at my music in that way before now. I’m still having 
fun with it because I’m fun, that’s what I do. I love enjoying life, I love girls, I love partying. I love that shit but I also need to be serious, take care of business and take care of my family.”

Read the interview in its entirety over at Dazed Digital.

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