While appearing on 93.9 WKYS earlier in the week, Detroit rapper Big Sean remained relatively tight-lipped when asked if there would be a collaboration with Eminem on his upcoming Hall Of Fame album. The Motor City spitter did reveal that fans will eventually be treated to a record that does feature the famed Detroit rapper.

“Nah, I can’t confirm it,” said Big Sean, when asked if Eminem would appear on Hall Of Fame. “But he may be on there. I’m pretty sure you’ll get an Eminem/Big Sean collab sooner or later. Whether you get it on Hall Of Fame, whether you get it after Hall Of Fame, [I’m] pretty sure you’re gonna get something.”

Hall Of Fame might not feature an appearance from Em, but the project does boast a number of guest appearances. Among the artists featured on the project is Common, who appears alongside Big Sean on the newly-released “Switch Up.”

Big Sean spoke briefly on the song and also revealed his plans on releasing more new music this month.

“‘Switch Up’ is super fresh. It’s just a song me and Common did. I just wanted to put it out for the fans cause I hadn’t released any music in a while and they just needed some fresh energy,” the rapper revealed. “So, I put that out…We got some more songs coming. We dropping some new music this month.”

Although the album has no set release date, Hall Of Fame is expected to be released this June.

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