Today, Big Sean delivers some new music as promised with "No More Interviews." Co-produced by himself and Amaire Johnson, the rapper leaves no subject off the table, addressing Kid Cudi and Dot Da Genius along with his ex, Naya Rivera, and pretty much every controversial headline that he's been pressed about in interviews.

"I should have learned from Hov and dame/from Stunna and Wayne/Cudi and YE/what happened to our family ways," spits Sean before really getting into what's been on his mind when it comes to former G.O.O.D. Music artist Kid Cudi. "Though when I put you on that song with Nas you had told me that you was forever grateful and that we brothers, so it hurt to hit the internet to find out that me and you don't fuck with each other over a miscommunication that probably could be fixed with a 5 minute conversation/I'm still praying."

If you remember, Kid Cudi tweeted "if u hurt him ill kill u​" to Jhené Aiko back when she started dating Dot Da Genius. Once news broke that Jhené and Dot were splitting up, 99.9 FM's Osi brought Cudi's tweet back to life by sharing it once again. Cudi quoted the tweet and responded with "the funny thing is, we aint sweatin these bum bitches and these corn ball ass niggas. We too busy makin better music." Since then, Jhené and Sean have seemingly gone public with their relationhip on social media.

He also lays out exactly how he feels about his ex writing a tell-all that included details about their relationship. "Funny thing about it is my ex wanna write a tell all/Fucked up thing about it is she ain't even tell all/Like how I introduced her to meditation positive thinking and the books she probably throw in daily rotation/I learned when people lie on you not to return the favor so I won't get you embarrassed/I won't tell them all the other parts about you that's plastic this my last time putting my ex in a song even though the last one went triple platinum." Shots fired.

Sean has been teasing new music for a while now. Back in August, he shared a picture of him and Rick Rubin listening to his new album and said he was going through his new album with "one of the masters," Jay Z. Fans have anxiously been waiting for the new project, the follow up to 2015's Dark Sky Paradise. Fortunately, he has kept the music coming through his collaboration with Jhené Aiko as Twenty88. Of course, he also popped off on Kanye West’s "Champions" with Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz and Quavo, Yo Gotti, and Desiigner and more recently linked up with 2 Chainz on a track for Kevin Hart's What Now movie soundtrack.

Hopefully, this new track means that we're that much closer to hearing Sean's fourth album. For now, listen to the song below, check out the full lyrics right here, and catch him as the musical guest on The Tonight Show Monday night.