From working at a radio station to being played on one, Big Sean‘s rise to relevance has been a combination of impressive skill and being in the right place at the right time. Sean got his start by rapping for Kanye West while the G.O.O.D. music CEO was on a radio tour. The rapper was so impressed with the Detroit native that by the time he was ready to go to college, Ye was ready to offer him a deal. And the rest is history in the making. I sat down with the midwesterner/lyricist at the “Only The Brave” Diesel Event, held at New York’s prestigious Gotham Hall, and got the scoop on all things Sean.[videoembed id='