Days before Christmas, Big Sean paid a visit to “106 & Park” to premiere his new video for “Guap.” The G.O.O.D. Music rapper spoke with Bow Wow and his co-hosts about spending the holidays at home with his family, his mascot Rico the Lion, love for New York, and his previous job as a telemarketer.
He also shared memories from his emotional Detroit homecoming and provided insight into his second album Hall of Fame, due in early 2013.
“I do this to be in the hall of fame,” said Sean. “I’m bossing up and being somebody in my city as an example to do what you do. Even if the hall of fame don’t exist, you make your own hall of fame and be great and remembered.”
Sean recently launched his own non-profit organization, the Sean Anderson Foundation. “It was just getting to that time where I was going back to Detroit and so many things need attention, so many things need aid,” said Sean, who was recently nominated for a Grammy for “Mercy.”