UPDATED Jan. 15, 2:30 p.m. ET: After rumors spread online that Big Sean's album could be titled Detroit II, a rep for Big Sean tells Complex the whiteboard in the background has nothing to do with the official tracklist for the rapper's upcoming album.
See original story from 1/14/20 below.
Some eagle-eyed fans think Big Sean's upcoming album will have some big-name features.
The speculation started after YK Osiris shared a pic on IG that showed him visiting Big Sean.
A post shared by THE GOLDEN CHILD⭐️ (@ykosiris) on Jan 14, 2020 at 6:09am PST
Said photo featured an intresting whiteboard that some think shows a list of features. The list is titled Detroit II and might be the name of Sean's next project. On his track "Overtime," Sean rapped, "I know your favorite one, dawg, I'm 'bout to drop the sequel," possibly a refrence to his 2012 mixtape Detroit. Unfortunately, the whiteboard is in the distance and it's a bit hard to decipher but from the looks of it Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Young Thug, Chris Brown, Future, and Lizzo are on the list. Sean has yet to confirm or deny that any of these artist will be on the project.
These definitely aren’t guaranteed but I can make out Drake, Kendrick, Chris Brown, Thug, and maybe Future and Lizzo pic.twitter.com/XNAsUtrg54— Welliam Damnington (@welIdamn) January 15, 2020
YK Osiris posted a picture of him and Big Sean in the studio earlier and if you zoom in you can see what appears to be a track-list with a list of features. The names include Drake Kendrick Lamar Future Young Thug & more. 👀 pic.twitter.com/zSRyxEzZLi— Rap Alert (@__rapalert) January 15, 2020
A post shared by Big Sean Daily (@bigseansworld) on Jan 14, 2020 at 3:18pm PST
Fans also pointed to the tense relationship between Sean and Kendrick when the Compton rapper's name was spotted on the list of potential features.
Wait Big Sean ft Kendrick? Did not see that coming— Kyle (@_KKamm) January 15, 2020
Sean's last solo studio album was 2017's I Decided. The album, which dropped in February of that year, boasted features from Eminem, Jeremih, Jhené Aiko, Migos, The-Dream, Migos, Starrah, and Flint Chozen Choir.
In other news, Sean was featured on Ariana Grande's recently released live album k bye for now (swt live). Sean will also head to Indio, CA in April to perform at Coachella this year. "Guess I got a good deadline for the new album now? @coachella," Sean wrote in the caption of an IG post he made about the festival.
A post shared by BIGSEAN (@bigsean) on Jan 3, 2020 at 9:32am PST
Stay tuned for more info about Sean's upcoming project.