Big Sean is currently wrapping up his show in Montreal and he chose the venue to announce some special piece of news. According to Nation (of Nahright) and a few others at the show, Big Sean announced that his sophomore album is titled Hall Of Fame and is due in stores in December.

With Detroit still being in heavy rotation due to the quality of music, this is definitely exciting. Expect the first single very soon.

UPDATE: Now with video proof after the jump (via NR).

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7 Responses to “Big Sean Announces Sophomore Album Title”

  1. dood 27. Sep, 2012 at 9:24 am #

    Awesome that you guys used a Treh LaMonte tweet. He’s a talented artist from Montreal, does a lot of choruses for local rappers.

  2. landlord 27. Sep, 2012 at 9:25 am #

    i like that name


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