It's not even been two months since Big Sean dropped his collaborative album with Metro Boomin, Double or Nothing, but Sean says he's got plenty more on the way already. The surprise drop, which was released this past, capped off an impressive year for both Sean and Metro. Previously in 2017, Sean dropped his fourth studio album I Decided, and Metro showed up pretty much everywhere, working with some of rap's biggest artists.
As for his future plans, Sean says that fans should expect him to remain prolific in 2018. Speaking with Billboard, he explained he's "coming with a vengeance." Promising both new music and a tour, he added, "A lot of the tours I do [are] based off of one project. I wanna do something that's a culmination of everything."
He remained pretty quiet on when to expect a follow-up to Double or Nothing and I Decided, but he does say that his recently leaked collaboration with Mike Will Made-It will be making its way out soon."It's about to drop," he told Billboard. "I think it leaked prematurely or something, like an old version. I don't think that was the final one, though. It's coming soon."
He also took the time to talk about what it was like working on Double or Nothing with Metro, explaining, "I had already dropped back-to-back No. 1 albums. Double or Nothing was us having fun with it. We came together to have fun with it. We did it for the fans."