The rapper says Em isn't part of the project "yet."
Big Sean had mentioned he was interested in recording a track with Eminem for his sophomore album, Hall of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Player. The "Mercy" rapper previously stated that the collaboration was possible. However, though Em hasn't confirmed a role on the album yet, Sean tells Urban Fusions TV he's optimistic.
"Eminem isn't part of it yet. Hopefully. Maybe he can be, maybe he can't. Sooner or later, we'll see," said the G.O.O.D. Music artist. "I think all those other people are on it and all the features I got on it were because they really added in an accent to the song, not just 'cause who they are. I think it's going to be a monumental point in my career and I don't want to talk it up or brag about it or whatever, but just check it out when it comes out. Hopefully, you'll like it. And if you don't like it, who gives a f--k man."
The hip hop celeb released his critically acclaimed Detroit mixtape in September to garner some hype for the forthcoming LP. However, the album will not be released until 2013. No official date has been revealed.
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