G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean has been preparing for the release of his second studio album titled "Hall of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Player". Sean plans to drop the album in the new year and in a recent interview with "The Breakfast Club" at Power 105.1, the Detroit rapper spoke about an interesting aspect he added to this LP that he didn't include on his debut album "Finally Famous".

Sean says he wants to add skits to his upcoming album, citing that classic albums he listened to growing up always featured the interludes.

"First of all, I took my time. The one main thing was, I'm never putting out another project without putting skits on it. I know that sounds small, but all the classic albums I grew up listening to had fresh ass skits on it, always," he said. "I was so mad my first album didn't have skits. I didn't have time to think of them, it was too much. This one, we took our time planning out the skits, planning out the exact songs, got way more production. People can tell I stepped the bars up."

Source: hiphopdx.com