The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is in full demand these days, doling out his verses to a slew of industry peers from Lil Wayne to Justin Bieber, Chris Brown and Meek Mill.
Weezy’s “My Homies Still,” Chris Brown’s “Till I Die,” Meek Mill’s “Burn,” the Bieber track, “As Long As You Love Me” and G.O.O.D. Music’s, “Mercy,” are just some of the tracks that Sean is featured on that continue to get airplay and heat up radio stations across the country.
In an interview with XXLMag.com, Sean spoke about collaborating with the Biebs.
“It might be his next single,” Sean, standing in the Ciroc Lounge at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey during Hot 97’s Summer Jam concert on June 3 about Bieber’s track. “Bieber called me like ‘Yo, I really want you on my album. Let’s vibe, let’s work’ and that’s what we did.”
Sean said he kept it PG-13 to fit the Bieb’s demographic and wholesome image.
“I did what I did. They didn’t have to tell me to keep it clean,” Sean explained. “I kept it clean. I wanted to keep it clean because you don’t always have to curse.”
“I don’t know make if this make sense,” Sean raps on the song.
“You’re my hallelujah/Give me a time and place, I’ll rendezvous it/I’ll fly it to ya/I’ll meet you there/Girl you know I got you/So I know, we got issues baby, true true true/But I rather work on this with you/ Than go ahead and start with someone new.”
Sean is currently hard at work on his sophomore album.—Shaheem Reid