Atlanta's own Metro Boomin crafts some of his best production yet for this new collaboration with Big Sean, but the Detroit resident fails to deliver.
With I Decided, Big Sean releases an album that gives me more to say than just "no."
As he reflects on some L's he's taken and defuses a bit of recent drama with Kid Cudi, Big Sean is sounding smarter and more wholehearted than ever on these two singles that I really can't say "no" to.
The lead single from the upcoming GOOD Music compilation Cruel Winter, featuring a massive cast of Kanye West, Travis Scott, Quavo, Big Sean, Yo Gotti, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, and Desiigner.
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
On "Don't Tell Me You Love Me," the characters Big Sean paints in this cheap love story are pretty tacky, flat, and annoying. They're about as senseless as characters in a daytime soap opera, but manage to be even more annoying. What do you think of this track? Did you love it? Did you hate it? Why? Was I too hard on it? Is breaking up with your significant other easier if he or she is ugly?