Big Sean previously expressed interest in recording a duet with Eminem for his upcoming sophomore album Hall of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Player, stating that a collaboration was possible.

Now, during an interview with Urban Fusions TV, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper updates on the potential feature, stating that it hasn’t happened yet but that he’s still hopeful.

“Eminem isn’t a part of it yet, hopefully. Maybe he can be, maybe he can’t. Sooner or later, we’ll see,” said Sean. “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 fuck, man.”

Watch the full interview below, where he also touches on the meaning behind his album’s title and his best memories of his live show.

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