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Big Sean Releases “Hall Of Fame” Artwork, Release Date, & Tracklist

The Detroit Rapper work  with Some Of The Biggest Names In The Game Like  Nas, Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj on “Hall Of Fame.”

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(New York) According To HipHopDx Big Sean’s sophomore Def Jam Records album, Hall of Fame, finally has a release date.

The project from the Detroit, Michigan emcee will drop on August 27, which he announced via promo video:

 

The video has the camera rotating around Sean, while a track plays in the background with him rhyming: “I know I’ma get it, I just don’t know how / Heart up on the stage, body in a crowd / Parents always tried to keep me home / But I can’t get paid from the crib, so I’ll be gone till we on / What’s up,Finally Famous, I had it on my jacket when I was in high school / Knew I wanted to be in the nightclubs, and not all off in that night school.”

As the camera continues to rotate, it reveals a robe Big Sean is wearing, which reads, “HOF 8.27.”

Additionally, HHNM reports that Sean’s next single from Hall of Fame is “Beware,” featuring Lil Wayne and Jhene Aiko, which will premier on June 25. The artwork for the single is below:

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Since its announcement, Hall of Fame has been delayed multiple times, and Big Sean has said he hopes to play the album for fellow Detroit rapper Eminem.

(June 23)

UPDATE: A spokesman for Big Sean has released the regular artwork and deluxe edition artwork forHall Of Fame. They are posted below, respectively:

 

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The tracklist has been revealed for Big Sean’s sophomore album, Hall Of FameAmazon’s pre-order has confirmed that Nas, Kid Cudi, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Nicki Minaj and Juicy J are included guests.

1. Nothing Is Stopping You
2. Fire
3. 10 2 10
4. Toyota Music
5. You Don’t Know (ft. Ellie Goulding)
6. Beware (ft. Lil Wayne & Jhené Aiko)
7. First Chain (ft. Nas & Kid Cudi)
8. Mona Lisa
9. Freaky
10. Milf (ft. Nicki Minaj & Juicy J)
11. Sierra Leone/Greedy Ho’s
12. It’s Time (ft. Young Jeezy & Payroll of DoughBoyz Cashout)
13. World Ablaze (ft. James Fauntleroy)
14. Ashley (ft. Miguel)
15. All Figured Out

 

Source: HipHopDx.com

 

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