Finally Famous Vol. 3: Big

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Finally Famous Vol. 3: BIG
Mixtape by Big Sean
Released October 20, 2010
Genre Hip-hop
Label G.O.O.D. Music
Producer Don Cannon, Big Sean, Kanye West, Nick Kage, DJ Spinz, The Olympicks, No I.D., Elised of Treal, Chuck Inglish, Key Wane, Xaphoon Jones, Wrightrax, Mike Posner, Clinton Sparks
Big Sean chronology
Finally Famous Vol. 2: U Know Big Sean
Finally Famous Vol. 3: BIG
Finally Famous

Finally Famous Vol. 3: BIG is the title of the third official mixtape by the American rapper, composer, producer, and singer Big Sean.[1] Released as a free online download, it was released by Kanye West's, G.O.O.D. Music, and featured production from Sean himself, his label boss, Kanye West, Clinton Sparks, and No I.D. among others. The mixtape features several other artists, including Bun B, Big K.R.I.T., YG, Drake, Asher Roth, Mike Posner, Tyga, and Curren$y.

The album's lyrical content largely deals with Sean's history and recent fame, with the focus mainly being on his burgeoning music career. On January 3, 2011, the mixtape was re-released through G.O.O.D. music's official blog. The reissued version included three additional tracks and lacked DJ Don Cannon's voice-overs as well as the bonus track featuring Kanye West.[2]


Prior to releasing his first studio album, tentatively titled Finally Famous, Sean has released three mixtapes to form a "Finally Famous" trilogy. Finally Famous Vol. 3: BIG is notable for its production credits containing many well-established producers including GOOD Music label head Kanye West. Other producers include: Don Cannon, Nick Kage, DJ Spinz, The Olympicks, No I.D., Elised of Treal, Chuck Inglish, Key Wane, Xaphoon Jones, Wrightrax, Clinton Sparks as well as production from Sean himself. Along with its array of producers, the album includes a number of features from other well-known artists, including Mike Posner, Bun B, Drake, Tyga, and others. Kanye West's contributions, along with the inclusion of other established artists and producers earned the mixtape praise from critics.[3] Videos were filmed for the songs "Too Fake", which features the group Chiddy Bang, "What U Doin' (Bullshittin')", "Ambiguous", featuring Mike Posner, "Crazy", "Supa Dupa Lemonade", "Hometown", "Final Hour", "Made", and "High Rise". "Too Fake" features a sample from "Too Fake" by Hockey. "My Closet" features a sample from "Your Song" by Ellie Goulding. "Hometown" features a sample from "Hometown Glory" by Adele.


Confirmed by XXL.[4]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Final Hour"   Don Cannon, Nick Kage 4:26
2. "Meant to Be"   DJ Spinz 4:00
3. "What U Doin'?"   The Olympicks 2:46
4. "Money & Sex" (featuring Bun B) No I.D. 3:47
5. "Five Bucks (5 On It)" (featuring Chip Tha Ripper & Curren$y) Tone Capone 3:42
6. "High Rise"   Don Cannon 3:25
7. "Crazy"   The Olympicks 3:44
8. "Hometown"   Metro Boomin & Eliseo of Treal 2:53
9. "Supa Dupa Lemonade"   Bangladesh 3:41
10. "Fat Raps" (Remix) (featuring Chuck Inglish, Asher Roth, Chip tha Ripper, Dom Kennedy & Boldy James) Chuck Inglish 5:12
11. "My Closet" (featuring SAYITAINTTONE) Key Wane 3:56
12. "Too Fake" (featuring Chiddy Bang) Xaphoon Jones 4:13
13. "Fuck My Opponent" (featuring Tyga) Trillionz, Young Kwon of KnightRydas 3:10
14. "Made" (featuring Drake) WrighTrax, Kanye West 4:12
15. "Ambiguous" (featuring Mike Posner & Clinton Sparks) Clinton Sparks 3:47
16. "Almost Wrote You a Love Song" (featuring Suai) Key Wane 3:58
17. "Memories"   Key Wane, Frank Nitty 3:34
18. "Shit Got Damn" (featuring Chris Brown) Kevin McCall 2:53
19. "In the Morning" (featuring YG, Big K.R.I.T. & Ty$) Oddz N Endz 3:59
20. "Big Nut Bust"   The Monsters & The Strangerz 3:09
  • The tracks 18, 19 and 20 are additional of the re-released version.
  • In the original release, the tape had one untitled bonus track featuring Kanye West. This song was later revealed to be called "Glenwood".


  1. ^ "Perajok & Kanye West (в месте): Big Sean – Finally Famous Vol.3: BIG (No DJ)". 2011-01-03. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  2. ^ Peter Vidani (2011-01-03). "Rosewood". Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  3. ^ "Big Sean – Finally Famous Vol. 3: BIG (Tracklist)". Nah Right. 2010-08-27. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  4. ^ "Big Sean’s Tracklisting for ‘Finally Famous Vol. 3’ Revealed, Mixtape Coming Next Week". Xxlmag.Com. 2010-08-27. Retrieved 2012-02-16.