So Much More

Album: Finally Famous (2011)

Songfacts®:

  • Chicago beat maker No I.D. produced the majority of Finally Famous: The Album and he was the man behind the console on this vulnerable track. Big Sean told Artist Direct the song is about not putting a facade up, and references texts from his mom and grandma, who back home in west Detroit, used to make pancakes on Sunday mornings.

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