Big Sean Hopes to Collaborate with Eminem on ‘Hall of Fame’ Album
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Big Sean, who plans to release his second album ‘Hall of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Player’ in 2013, teases that he has some great features on the upcoming LP. However, the ‘Finally Famous’ rapper is still trying get fellow Detroit spitfire Eminem for his project.
“Eminem isn’t a part of it yet, hopefully. Maybe he can be, maybe he can’t. Sooner or later, we’ll see,” Sean tells Urban Fusions TV (translated by HipHopDX). “I think all those other people are on it and all the features I got on it were because they really added in an accent to the song, not just ’cause who they are.”
“I think it’s going to be a monumental point in my career and I don’t want to talk it up or brag about it or whatever, but just check it out when it comes out,” he continues. “Hopefully, you’ll like it. And if you don’t like it, who gives a f—, man.”
A Big Sean-Eminem collaboration would be a hot song if it does happen. We can’t see why it wouldn’t come to fruition for the G.O.O.D. Music artist. Em has been jumping on a lot of singles lately: Slim Shady can be heard on Skylar Grey‘s naughty tune ‘Come On Let Me Ride‘ and he appears in 50 Cent‘s ‘My Life‘ video. So come on Em, help a fellow Detroit player out.
In the meantime, Big Sean is performing a special hometown concert in Detroit on Dec. 1. Also appearing at the event are fellow Michigan rappers Danny Brown and John Connor. “This is for my city,” Big Sean said in a press release.