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Common: Big Sean has definitely energized me, because I’ve been around him in the studio. And seeing his drive and his passion, knowledge of hip-hop. When he tells me, ‘Man, I heard Can I Borrow A Dollar?‘ I’m like, ‘What?’ But then I’m like, wait, I’ve heard James Brown records that were made when I was a kid. That’s just to say that he studied the music. He’s been into everything from Lil Wayne to Kanye to Slum Village to Jay to Common. He’s like, ‘That Be album, it meant something to [me].
I’ve been around him and just watched him create spontaneously and use different styles. I always appreciated artists—whether it was Big Daddy Kane or KRS-One, Kanye, Q-Tip, [Andre] 3000—people that can do different styles. Being around Big Sean, he’s definitely been inspiring and someone that put a spark to me.
Big Sean: That’s incredible. He’s somebody who has been in the studio with me while I’ve been working on my stuff, and we’ve been working on things together. That’s tight he feels like that. I don’t have a lot of people around me in the studio. He’s one of the few people who’s heard my new stuff and heard my album. And it’s crazy that he feels like that. He’s a legend, man. He’s one of my idols. To have him say that, it lets me know I’m doing the right thing.