Big Sean just finished performing at House of Blues in Atlantic City. After the show, HipHop-N-More caught up with him to discuss his upcoming album, Hall of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Player. He has been pretty tightly-lipped about the project, but he has already revealed that Kanye West, Nas, and Jhene Aiko will be on the album.

In this interview, he speaks on the production of the album. So far, No I.D. and Key Wane are pretty involved in the project, as well as West. He also goes into the backstory behind the original “24K of Gold” that was produced by Hit-Boy, which ended up being a more pop-driven record on Justin Bieber’s album.

Sean Don shares another interesting story about how “Clique” was supposed to be the original single for this album, but follows up by explaining the sound behind the next single. At the end of the clip, he hints at a possible collaboration with Eminem. Watch it above.

[via HipHip-N-More]

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