Big Sean Performs ‘Switch Up’ at USC Springfest

Big Sean

Fresh off the debut of his new song “Switch Up” featuring Common, Big Sean brought down the house at USC Springfest on Saturday night. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper performed his new anthem for the college crowd, dedicating it to his longtime supporters and those who’ve been holding down their crews.

“This a real motherfu**ing song. It ain’t no diss song. It’s just for everybody,” said Sean, addressing speculation that he was dissing his former labelmate Kid Cudi. “This my first time doing this shit for USC, my first time doing it in the world, so we gotta turn the f**k up.”

“Switch Up” will appear on his upcoming album Hall of Fame, but it’s not a single. “I didn’t put ‘Switch Up’ as a single, I put it out strictly for my supporters, fans of rap… N becuz I haven’t dropped new music in awhile,” he explained.

Watch Sean kill it live.


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  1. parisluv



    Cl88 Reply:

    @parisluv, hater GTOH


  2. JHP

    I’m hoping this is the weakest song on the album, because it sounds like a Detroit leftover to be honest. It’s a decent song definitely nothing great or spectacular, glad it’s not a single, because it would’ve did no chart or radio damage at all


    Jay Reply:

    @JHP, It’s not on the album. He tweeted that it’s straight for the fans. Hall Of Fame music is coming this month though.


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