Big Sean, Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″ Collaborate in the Studio
It looks like Big Sean's dreams of collaborating with Eminem have finally come to fruition. The duo was photographed together in the studio on Friday (April 26) as reported by Miss Info.
Detroit rapper Royce Da 5’9" posted a photo on Instagram of himself with Em and Sean in the lab. Both Sean and Nickel-Nine showed their hometown pride by wearing sports jerseys from the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings, respectively. Em kept it casual with a white hoodie, black cap and cargo pants.
Sean also threw up a photo on Instagram of himself with Em. The caption underneath read, "Today was historical."
So did Sean and Em finally record a song together? Possibly. We are keeping our fingers and toes crossed.
Sean has been hinting that he wanted to collaborate with Slim Shady for his second album, 'Hall of Fame.' He recently told a Washington, D.C. radio station (via MLive.com) that an Em-BigSean collabo would come "sooner or later."
"Whether you get it on 'Hall of Fame,' or whether you get it after 'Hall of Fame,' I'm pretty sure you're going to get something," he said.
Sean and Royce were also photographed a day earlier working in the studio along with another D-Town legend, D-12 member-producer Denaun Porter.
No official word on when Big Sean's 'Hall of Fame' album will arrive in stores. So far, the collection boasts guest appearances from Common, Juicy J, Kid Cudi and Nas, along with production assists from Da Internz and No ID.
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