Big Sean has been waiting years to release his first album, but he’ll have to wait a little longer. The Detroit rapper’s debut has been delayed to June.
The 23-year-old MC’s G.O.O.D. Music debut Finally Famous is now scheduled to arrive on June 21. It was previously slated for a May 3 release. The project is led by the Chris Brown-assisted single “My Last,” and features contributions from No I.D., Mike Posner, Kanye West, and Pharrell, who appears on the triumphant “Donald Trump.”
Sean is debating between two songs for his next single. “That’s a tough one. I would go with either ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’ or ‘Don’t Tell Me You Love Me,'” he told Rap-Up.com.
He also shared a few details about a collaboration with his mentor Kanye. “It’s kind of like super special. It’s something people are going to be able to party to and has a great message at the same time. It’s just me and him going at it. Pause. I’m really excited about it. I can’t wait for the public to hear it.”