Big Sean Confirms He's Working On A Solo Project and Another Twenty88 Album

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Big Sean performs on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Oct. 31, 2016 

Big Sean may not be doing interviews any time soon but fans can rest easy in knowing that new music from the Detroit rhymer is well underway. Big Sean recently dropped two new bangers back-to-back and teased fans that "More heat on the way... very soon" on Fri. (Nov. 12), confirming that he's working on a solo project and a new Twenty88 album (with Jhene Aiko) for 2017.

"Thank you the next @twenty88 album is coming next year," Sean wrote on Twitter. "We gon get our solo's off too though! #Dons #Soulmates #88." Big Sean and Aiko teamed up on a collaborative album Twenty88 released earlier this year, just one year following the release of his third studio album Dark Sky Paradise.

So far since releasing "No More Interviews" and "Bounce Back" a few weeks ago, Sean's forthcoming project already reveals that he's been cooking up new material with Metro Boomin, Yung Berg and Amaire Johnson, who produced Sean's "One Man Can Change The World."

Big Sean also revealed that he called upon the expertise of Rick Rubin and Jay Z to help fine-tune his forthcoming project.


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