Big Sean rates himself, Eminem, Trick Trick, Proof, Royce da 5’9 & more.

Big Sean describes himself, Eminem, Sada Baby, Big Proof, Trick Trick, Danny Brown, Royce Da 5’9, and more in the latest interview. 

Drink Champs uploaded a new episode featuring Big Sean on December 18. The interview is more than three hours long and the Detroit rapper discusses many things including, his route to success, his passion for the city of Detroit, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole, his relationship with Kanye and G.O.O.D Music, and much more.

At some point during the interview, N.O.R.E asked Big Sean to participate in a little game in which the rapper would say one thing about a fellow Detroit artist that the hosts would bring up. First, Sean was asked to describe himself:

“Authentic, chose a different path than everybody else from my city,” said the 33-year-old rapper, adding: “unapologetically was myself no matter what”    

Eminem was the next name on the list and Sean described him as: “God emcee.” Later, while talking about Proof, he stated that he believes Proof was a major influence on Eminem. saying:

“[Proof] Legendary, legendary. I feel like he helped inspire Em [Eminem] a lot. I feel like he was the one who really brought D12 together as well. I feel like he was the backbone of that”  

We will list the rest of the names mentioned and Big Sean’s descriptions of them below:

Sada Baby“Talented as a m****f***er” 

Trick Trick- “The protector”

Danny Brown- “Animated and authentic”

Royce da 5’9- “Rap god, just like Eminem”

Dej Loaf- “Originator… and Trendsetter”

Big Herk- “O.G”

Obie Trice- “Respect to Obie Trice

Blade Icewood- “The first ghetto superstar from the city”

J Dilla- “Architect” 

King Grody- “He would chop them words up man, m****f***ing flows crazy”

Kash Doll- “She’s like the Detroit Queen? Princess?”

Bizarre- “Very quotable… Funny as a m****f***er” 

42 Dugg- “I got love for Dugg, he authentic, he original. I ain’t never heard nobody rap like him” 

Boldy James- “Lyrical assassin” 

Black Milk- “He’s like rapper, producer before that term was even so widely used.” 

Check out the full interview below: