Big Sean recently dropped off his new mixtape Detroit, giving fans 15 new tracks in anticipation of his sophomore album. During an interview with Bootleg Kev at the MTV Video Music Awards, Sean promised that the untitled LP is nearing completion pending two tracks, and that listeners can expect the project to drop by year’s end.

“The album’s done, I’m just working on my last two songs for the album,” he said, noting that “Clique” featuring him, Kanye West and Jay-Z will appear on the album. “You’re getting it this year, at the end of the year, fourth quarter. At the very end of the year. The label need it, I got it. We gonna drop the single soon.”

He also revealed that a collaboration with Nas, produced by No I.D., will make the LP. Watch the full interview below.

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