As G.O.O.D Music rapper Big Sean prepares for the "Hall of Fame," he will be standing alongside one of raps living legend's super producer and Grammy Award winning artist Eminem. The 'Switch Up' rapper recently chatted with MTV News about hitting the studio with fellow Detroit native Eminem, the collabo that they worked on, and his forthcoming sophomore album, "Hall of Fame."
"Big Sean and Eminem? It's gotta be a Detroit classic," Sean told MTV News. However, it's to be determined whether the song will end up on his own project, Eminem's upcoming eighth album or neither.
"Being in the studio, I just remembered when my mom bought me his [first] album from Costco or something a long-ass time ago, so you could just imagine going from that moment - being a lil-ass boy - then fast forwarding 20 years later and being in the studio with him," Sean told MTV News.
Although Sean and Eminem are both from Detroit, Sean is a rooklie in the industry compared to Slim Shady's more than a decade long career. Nevertheless some things never change in the rap industry. The two rappers bonded in the studio, sharing stories on the path to success. "It was funny because every story I told him about how I lost a lot of friends, relationships and girls...and [how I've] made new friends, he was like, 'Man, it's crazy, because every story you telling me, I got the exact same story just in a different way," Sean told MTV News.
Sean's "Hall Of Fame," is said to drop June 19th, fans will have to wait until then to hear Eminem and Sean's collaboration.