EXCLUSIVE – Big Sean Previews ‘Hall Of Fame’ In London (Hall Of Fame Tracklist)
Last night Big Sean previewed his sophomore album Hall Of Fame for the first time exclusively in London. Killerhiphop’s very own Hector was among the lucky people to be in attendance which also included Kevin Liles, DJ Semtex, Tinie Tempah, Manny Norte and more.
Big Sean played 12 tracks off the album which features Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Nas, Common and more. Production includes No I.D., Da Internz, Key Wane and DJ Mano who is Kanye’s tour DJ. Check out the tentative tracklist and notes about the album below.
Big Sean – Hall Of Fame Tracklist
1. FIRE – Prod. DJ Camper.
One of the standout tracks from the album which Big Sean played twice.
2. WORLD IS A BLAZE – Prod. Key Wane & No ID.
3. SWITCH UP (Ft. COMMON) – Prod. DJ Mano
This song was an upbeat, bouncy, club track and had an unexpected feature from Common.
4. BEWARE (Ft. LIL WAYNE) Prod by Key Wane
5. FUCK MY MONEY UP ( Ft. SAYITAINTTONE) – Prod. by Rio.
Big Sean revealed that Sayitainttone is his best friend who is the one who persuaded him to go to the radio station to rap for Kanye.
6. M.I.L.F. (Ft. JUICY J) – Prod. Da Internz
Big Sean raps about dating an older woman with kids. He talks about the relationship between him and the kids and also the benefits of dating an older woman and the experience she comes with.
7. NOTHING IS STOPPING YOU – Prod. Key Wane
This song features his mother and he cried when he played it expressing that “it coulda gone either way”.
8. FIRST CHAIN (FEAT NAS & KID CUDI) – Produced by No ID.
This track features a Biggie sample from “Hypnotize” with Big Sean talking about Kanye giving him his Jesus Piece.
9. SIERRA LEONNE – Prod. by No ID
10. ASHLEY (Feat MIGUEL) – Prod. by DJ Mano
Heartfelt track about an ex girlfriend.
11. UNTITLED (FEAT KANYE WEST)
Currently unfinished. Big Sean still needs to add his verse.
12. ALL FIGURED OUT – Prod by No ID.
Big Sean stated that the 12 tracks he played was far from the finished album and more tracks will likely be added. He will also be adding some skits.
— Big Sean (@BigSean) March 13, 2013
Man that track list floating around is not the full track list…. Ba-lee dat. Close but not all the way.
— Big Sean (@BigSean) March 12, 2013
As a follow up to his debut album, Big Sean continues to grow as an artist and the quality of music continues with this effort. Overall the album was great and we look forward to hearing the finished version.
Picture Bonus – Record executive Kevin Liles.