Big Sean Performs ‘My Last’ with Karmin [Video]

In addition to performing with Chris Brown at JAM’N 94.5 Summer Jam in Boston, Big Sean gave an impromptu performance of his hit “My Last” backstage. But instead of bringing out Breezy, he was joined by singing-rapping duo Karmin. The G.O.O.D. Music MC asked the YouTube phenoms to perform with him, saying he was a fan of their work. Apparently he wasn’t the only one. Lupe Fiasco also rocked with the Boston natives on “The Show Goes On.”

Side note: Karmin’s cover of Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass” already has over 1.5 million views and an endorsement from Nicki herself. “I am LIVING for this!!!!” tweeted the Young Money rapper.

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13 Comments

  1. Yaser Lad

    Big Sean seems to have no personality. But I like my Last!!!

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    Tiffany Reply:

    @Yaser Lad, the things i would do to big seans body he would be sucked dry.

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  2. Dallas Champ

    WHY Karmin is not signed?

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  3. kingzzzz

    best song

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  4. jhuntdaprodigy

    #Swag

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  5. IUseToLikeNickiButNotNoMo

    Black people like NeThing white people do. Karmin is not an amazing unnoticed artist. I mean, she’s good, but damn. And then Nicki (I Honor All White People) Minaj posted this on her website and then sent a twitter that this song gives her life. WTF! White people are controlling Nicki’s career. Yes, Super Bass is doing well on the charts, but just cos Taylor and Selena sung it, Nicki dropped errything to promote, which left Did It On Em (the Urban song) with the effed up video from concert clippings. Did It On Em was moving up the charts too. Nicki should have jumped at the chance of moving it up the charts. But nooooooooooooooooo, when white people call Nicki goes running. Hence, Britney Spears.

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    Lisa Reply:

    @IUseToLikeNickiButNotNoMo, look, I don’t like Karmin as well. But what you just wrote down is pure and complete B-U-double L. Dang. Never seen so much ignorance in one post.

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  6. Lisa

    This Karmin-chick is annoying the fuck out of me. She ruins every song that I like. Lol. But I guess it’s a matter of taste. I just don’t understand the hype, to be completely honest. Hiphop shouldn’t be raped by popmusic. Let’s keep ‘em seperate, worked fine that way.

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    Phoenix_Wright Reply:

    @Lisa, Well when it comes to “Super Bass” song is like hiphop and pop fused already. All they did was use live instruments and redo it. I see no problem with that but if you don’t like her voice then you just dont

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    Lisa Reply:

    @Phoenix_Wright, exactly. I’m not trying to disrespect her or anyone who likes her music. We all have our own taste, but I personally really dislike this. I cringed the entire time when she was doing 6’7′ and Look at Me Now. It’s like seeing Jay-Z trying to be country. It doesn’t work. Lol. I get what you’re saying, though.

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    Bena Reply:

    @Lisa, It’s Like You Read My Mind. lol

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  7. IDontLikeNickiMinajNoMo

    Karmin is not all dat. Nicki just loves the Whites: Here are some examples of Nicki showing love to the Whites:
    Your Love equals Bruce Willis; Muny equals Anna Wintour; I’m The Best equals Lindsay Lohan; Romans Revenge equals Eli Manning; Girls Fall Like Dominoes equals more Whites mentioned than Blacks; Blazing equals Kanye West bragging that he has two White Russians; and ya can’t get any whiter than Super Bass. Yes, more white than Last Chance with Natasha Bedingfield. Nicki intercepted the Urban Did It On Em Video for Super Bass. The Did It On Em Video just got concert clippings and Wave Ya Hand (urban) will get nothing.
    Trust, Nicki loves the Whites. She just bonded with Kristen Stewart at MTV Awards. Now, off to tour with Britney.

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