When asked about artists he wanted on the LP but couldn’t get, Sean Don replied, “Me n J. Cole was working on something but it didn’t get finished.” He added, “That’s my bro tho for sure.” No additional information about the cut was shared, but it definitely piqued fans’ interest with many hoping that it will see the light of day.
The supposed joint would have followed up Big Sean and the Dreamville head’s “24K of Gold” collab on the album’s predecessor mixtape Detroit, making the pair two for two in the series.
Although Cole didn’t make it on Detroit 2, Big Sean was still joined by a powerful list of guest appearances, including the likes of Nipsey Hussle in “Deep Reverence,” Post Malone in “Wolves,” Ty Dolla $ign and Jhené Aiko in “Body Language,” comedian Dave Chappelle, Travis Scott in “Lithuania,” Erykah Badu, Stevie Wonder and Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Cash Kidd, Payroll, 42 Dugg, Boldy James, Drego, Sada Baby, Royce Da 5’9” and Eminem on“Friday Night Cypher.”
Me n J Cole was working on something but it didn’t get finished. That’s my bro tho for sure ?? https://t.co/SNcHhWQYO3
— Sean Don (@BigSean) September 5, 2020
In related news, Big Sean explained how his collab with Dave Chappelle came to be.