Big Sean is having a big 2013. Not only is he nominated for a Grammy Award as an artist who appeared on G.O.O.D. Music's "Mercy," but he's also gearing up for the release of his next album, Hall of Fame.
“It’s almost done, finally. We took our time with it, perfected it, got great songs on there,” he said in an interview with Rap-Up TV. “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.”
Sean went on to reveal the features on the album, which turned out to be an extensive list. "We got Miguel on there, Jhene Aiko, we got Kid CuDi, Nas, did I say Common? Yeah, he's on there. Some guy named Common. The G.O.O.D. Music fam. There's a lot of good features on there. Not too many. It's still personal, and every person I added accents it in their own special way."
Sean also explained that he has plans to play the album for fellow Detroit native, Eminem. “I wanted to make sure my album was completely done before I went and played it for him,” said Sean. “I know a while ago he reached out.” Big Sean has in the past hinted at a collaboration with Shady in the past.
Watch the interview below: