In a recent interview, Big Sean revealed his sophomore album ‘Hall of Fame’ is nearly complete.
In a recent interview with Rap-Up.com, Big Sean revealed his sophomore album is nearly complete. As he’s simply putting finishing touches on the project, he has plans to put out a new single this month, although the name and release date were not stated.
The release is a follow-up to 2011’s Finally Famous and features collaborations from Miguel, Jhene Aiko, Kid Cudi, Nas, Common, and other G.O.O.D. Music artists. The rapper said: “It’s almost done, finally. We took our time with it, perfected it, got great songs on there. I can’t wait for people to hear it. It’s gonna be surprising. Something new, something fresh, heartfelt, meaningful, fun—all different types of feelings on this album.”
Once the album is fully complete, he plans to play it for another Detroit-born artist, Eminem.
Big Sean, along with other G.O.O.D. artists, received a Grammy nomination for “Mercy,” a song from the Cruel Summer soundtrack. While the collaborative effort with Kanye West, Pusha T, and 2 Chainz faces stiff competition in the Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance categories, Big Sean hopes the track wins. Do you think the track should win in either of these categories?
At one point, a follow-up to Cruel Summer was rumored, possibly titled Cruel Winter. In a recent interview, the rapper hinted that such a release may be in the works and could even be released soon. Big Sean, however, didn’t provide an official title or release date.