I got a dream that's worth more than my reality.

— Big Sean

The most thrilling Big Sean quotes that will add value to your life

Used to tell me the sky's the limit, now the sky is our point of view.


You live and you learn, man. I've learned you can't wait on anybody. You have to raise your awareness yourself.


Patience is the ability to accept trouble, suffering, delay without getting angry or upset, I feel like if you can master patience you can master anything.


I'm not that big, physically. I'm just big where it counts - I got a big heart!


From the inside looking out you can never see how it looks from the outside looking in.


I'm the type to have a bullet-proof condom and still gotta pull out.


Instead of thinking about work the next day or thinking about what you have to do, if you live in the moment you'll have some of the best times of your life.


My mom keeps me going, man. She deserves such a good life. I just wanna give it to her. My dad, too. My family, my friends, they keep me motivated. Just knowing my personal legend, just knowing what I'm supposed to do, that keeps me going.


I think gold is made for kings and pharaohs - that's what I am.


High ends, high spending. We just trying to end life on a high note.


Man the life of a workaholic... You either on ya work or just workin on it.


Are you willing to give up what you love, for who you love?


About Big Sean

Quotes 80 sayings
Profession Musical Artist
Birthday March 25, 1988

It has no color to it. If you can rap good, you can rap good. I look at Mac Miller, who’s one of my homies, and I look at Wiz Khalifa, who’s one of my homies, and I don’t look at Mac different because he’s white. He’s my homie.


Even though it's tiring, I'm having the time of my life.


There are so many people with great work ethics that I've been around.

I try and take the best qualities from the people I admire and apply it to my own self.


I never look at it like I'm wasting money when I'm buying gold.


The best advice I have been given is to live in the moment, as cliché as that sounds. It's crazy.


To live in the moment is truly an art and is truly a talent, because when you live in the moment then you are truly the master of your whole life and you'll have the best times.


There's definitely a thin line between being tasteful and tacky.

I feel like tasteful is very unique...it's not necessarily wearing a bunch of chains - that could be either tasteful or tacky. It just depends on how you wear them and what kind of chains they are.


I hate all the old pictures of me before 2010 - and they are always the first ones to come up. That's why I don't Google myself, man.


Being in the Midwest, you get the best of all worlds and add your own flavor to it.


I feel like you should be confident in whatever you do, and a lot of my new music [that's coming out] I want people to judge more so than the music I've put out recently, because I feel like it's really changed a lot.


I don't judge too much as long as it's good.

As long as it's good music and good artistry, I'm with it.


I feel like that's why we're here on this earth;

to manifest what we want, to live a life, to have the best sex, drink the best champagne and to live it up and control it. That's what it's all about.


Notorious B.I.G. was one of my favorites. I started getting into hip-hop around the Bad Boy era.


I'm just a Westside lover, I leave females in my sheets and all my feelings in a rubber.


People in college, if you're getting recognized for getting good grades, you're finally famous. If you get recognized for playing the drums, if you're being recognized for making good ass beats, good ass raps, good ass interviews like this one, you're finally famous.


Sometimes when you make good stuff and you love it, it gets outdated sometimes, because you've held on to it so long, you may not like it like you used to.


Lil Wayne is somebody who I used to ride to school listening to in my car.

You know from Tha Carter to Tha Carter II, to Dedication 1 & 2, to Da Drought, his mixtapes. You know you got that for him as him being a rap legend, somebody who you look up to.


I just remember I wanted to make my own dynasty and not keep following trends.

I wanted to make my own.


Ariana is a huge supporter of mine; she's a big fan - she told me that when I met her. She's cool, her voice is crazy, she's got a great, great voice.


I wanted to make the soundtrack of people's lives.


In the studio, I always put on National Geographic for inspiration.

Looking at lions eating gazelles, all that type of stuff.


Definitely people like Kanye, inspired me to work hard.

He's somebody who I've seen put that grind in over the years.


I don't call my people fans, I call them believers, because they go above and beyond.


It's easier to record in LA than in New York and Detroit, because the space in LA is green, and there's sunshine, and I need all those positive vibes.


My white girl Veronica, black girl Monica, Got me celebrating Christma-Hanu-Kwanzaa-kah, Rocking dashikis with a yarmulke.


Sometimes I feel like putting on a blazer with just a T-shirt.


I feel like Im able to relate to all races of people because when you learn to tap into the raw emotion of a person, that goes past color.


I feel like when you're a celebrity, people dehumanize you and they forget you're a real person.


I just knew what I wanted to be since the third grade.

And I always did well in school, I was the type to get good grades, I never really got below Cs or nothing like that. I always kept it A-B. But there's no school for rap.


I think it's tacky to have chains that go all the way down to your crotch.


I ended up getting a lion chain. I had to make my own mascot - I want to start my own dynasty eventually.


Gettin' dressed up for court, that's a law suit


I get sick all the time because I get no rest and sleep, but it's definitely worth it.


I'm really vulnerable onstage because it's just me.

I'm not really trying to put up a front or act a certain way.


Bout to inhale like I'm finnin to see Satan. We're Satanic. It's the law.


I probably wasted a couple of thousand dollars on some dumb-ass clothes.


I'd be a billionaire if I could get a dollar for all the bullsh*t that I hear a day.