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Video: Big Sean Talks ‘Hall Of Fame’ & Possible Eminem Feature

October 7, 2012 · Posted in interview, Videos · 11 Comments 

The people over at Hip Hop N More sat down with Big Sean after his show in Atlantic City, NJ last night.

Sean spoke about a bundle of things throughout the interview. He revealed that Key Wane, No I.D., and Kanye West will be handling production on Hall Of Fame, “Clique” was originally for his album, a possible “Mula” remix, upcoming music videos, and towards the end, he hinted at an Eminem collaboration, oh god. When asked if the collabo’ with Em’ was possible, he simply said, “Yes, it is a possibility.”

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11 Responses to “Video: Big Sean Talks ‘Hall Of Fame’ & Possible Eminem Feature”

  1. Chow on October 7th, 2012 8:25 pm

    BIG SEAN doesn’t deserve to b on the same track as em…….Straight up


  2. no on October 7th, 2012 8:57 pm

    good rapper, always gives nice features, but I just don’t like his individual pieces of work.
    Finally famous ‘major label sucked’ & detroit was ok…
    He has potential though


  3. AfricaRising on October 7th, 2012 9:47 pm

    When he wants to, this guy can go iinnn! Songs like Higher and Once Bitten Twice Shy are proof. . . Or maybe those beats are just amazing! Lol. . . Thing with Sean is that he does have great beat selection.


    Most-shady Reply:

    @AfricaRising, whats the name of the song thats playing at the end off the video


  4. Most-shady on October 8th, 2012 5:51 am

    Whats the name of the song at the end ?


    Kelvin Reply:

    @Most-shady, FFOE


  5. Kelvin on October 8th, 2012 6:31 am

    The song that plays at the end is called “FFOE”


    Most-shady Reply:

    @Kelvin, word


  6. DMP on October 8th, 2012 12:35 pm

    Lil-wayne is dah best rapper in dah world n Pusha-T maretao ur shit,,,nyomao


  7. LMH on October 8th, 2012 11:30 pm

    I can truly relate to a lot of Big Sean’s lyrics. And his body of work has been solid…especially as of the last couple years.

    His debut album was better than a lot of people give him credit for. Yes, it had radio songs like Dance, My Last, and Marvin Gaye & Chardonney (Every successful major label album has them), but he ALSO had plenty of really lyrical, inspiring tracks: Don’t Tell Me You Love Me, Wait For Me, Memories, and So Much More to name a few.

    You people need to stop surface listening, and stop following the opinions of other people without really listening for yourself.

    Hall of Fame is going to be a dope album. I know I’m getting a copy.


  8. Chow on October 9th, 2012 6:14 am

    @LMH,hes not gonna last lol


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