News: Big Sean Stands Behind Letting Miley Cyrus Light His "Fire"

Saturday, Aug 3, 2013 10:25AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

G.O.O.D Music's Big Sean has publicly shouted out Miley Cyrus after the 20-year-old hottie came through for his new "Fire" music video.

Sean hopped onto his Twitter page heading into the weekend to give props to Cyrus for supporting his upcoming Hall of Fame project.

"A special video for a special song. I got Miley Cyrus for this video because she's somebody who's had a personal evolution as a lot of us," Sean tweeted August 3.
"have had. Besides all the personal stories I tell in the song, there are so many other ways people can make it through the fire."
"i think Miley did a great job as a metaphor for strong women, being strong person after heartbreak (hence the burning pic that could"
"symbolize her old romance) , or maybe even deeper problems but in the end remaining as elegant as a rose."
"It's a cool visual that has a cool concept and meaning to it. Thanks to @MileyCyrus for being down everybody who helped make it happen!"
"(Video Version) #Fire -" (Big Sean's Twitter)

The rapper also recently noted Cyrus' overall physical appearance for helping her land the spot.

"I wanted somebody who was beautiful and I wanted to take her out of her element," Sean told MTV News recently. "People looking at her like she's twerking and all this stuff, but she's an awesome person, man. She symbolizes the beauty of a lot of women overcoming different relationships and being as beautiful as a flower." (MTV)

Sean's latest Hall of Fame visual premiered online Friday (August 2).

Miley Cyrus just can't stop strutting her stuff. The 20-year-old "We Can't Stop" singer stars in a racy music video for rapper Big Sean's "Fire," flaunting several barely-there outfits in the three-minute video. Cyrus swivels in a cropped sweater and short, high-waited shorts, exposing the under-section of her bra and her long, bare legs. In another scene, Cyrus tosses off a transparent rain jacket, showing off a strappy bra and tight pants. (New York Daily News)

Earlier in the week, the Detroit native held a listening party for his upcoming LP in New York.

Big Sean is tranquil. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is centered in a room full of journalists and label personnel, many of whom impatiently wait to listen to the soundtrack of the next phase of his career, and be reassured that the rapper has survived the dreaded sophomore slump. "I'm not nervous. I'm actually excited," he says before previewing a handful of tracks off his upcoming album, "Hall of Fame" (August 27), at NYC's legendary' Jungle City Studios on Tuesday (July 30). "It's just, it feels like it took forever." (Billboard)

Check out the "Fire" music video:

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