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Big Sean Flips Beyoncé’s “Me, Myself, & I”, Which Was Always Fire

There’s at least six Beyonce beats rappers should’ve rapped on. Big Sean bodies one of them.

February 23, 2015

It goes without saying, but the beat for Beyoncé's "Me Myself & I" was always hard—one of a slew of Bey beats that a rapper could've easily eaten up instead: "Ring The Alarm," "Girl," "Diva," "Freakum Dress," the list goes on. Big Sean takes matters into his own hands on this freestyle, sampling the Scott Storch track to tease his upcoming release Dark Sky Fantasy. Things get a little crazy toward the end—I'ma come for your spot then I come in your face—but Sean's been rapping for his seat at the table this whole album cycle, and we're hearing him loud and clear.

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Big Sean Flips Beyoncé’s “Me, Myself, & I”, Which Was Always Fire