In a fresh way to hype up the upcoming album, Big Sean himself breaks down track by track Hall Of Fame in this new video above. He either explains how a record came together or the meaning of the messages behind it. From the sounds of it, I think we'll be in store for a versatile record where Sean has a mix of soulful and party records, but all, as he says, honest. If that certainly comes across, then even if you can't directly relate to a record, you'll be able to appreciate it. Sean also names many of the producers and featured vocalists on the records — No I.D. gettin' a lot of love, as he's named the producer of "First Chain" with Nas & Kid Cudi (my most anticipated track, considering the guest stars). Needless to say, I'm lookin' forward to August 27th to cop Sean's sophomore album, Hall Of Fame.
UPDATE: Here is the deluxe edition tracklist with all the producer credits we know as of now. Will have another update soon with confirmation and all the tracks filled in.
1. Nothing Is Stopping You [Prod. Key Wane]
2. Fire [Prod. DJ Camper]
3. 10 2 10
4. Toyota Music
5. You Don’t Know
6. Beware (Feat. Lil Wayne & Jhené Aiko) [Prod. Key Wane]
7. First Chain (Feat. Nas & Kid Cudi) [Prod. No I.D.]
8. Mona Lisa [Prod. Da Internz]
10. Milf (Feat. Nicki Minaj & Juicy J) [Prod. Da Internz]
11. Sierra Leone / Greedy Ho’s [Prod. No I.D.]
12. It’s Time (Feat. Young Jeezy & Payroll)
13. World Ablaze (Feat. James Fauntleroy) [Prod. Key Wane, No I.D.]
14. Ashley (Feat. Miguel) [Prod. Million $ Mano] (confirmed by Mano himself)
15. All Figured Out [Prod. No I.D.]
16. Mula (Remix) (Feat. 2 Chainz, Meek Mill & Early Mac)
17. Switch Up (Feat. Common) [Prod. Million $ Mano, No I.D., Rob Kinelski]
18. Guap [Prod. Young Chop]
NOT on the album, but probably already in your playlist, but ICYMI: "Control" f/ Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica
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