Big Sean has confirmed that mentor Kanye West is working on the follow-up to his Cruel Summer album.
The rapper's protégé announced during an interview with DJ Semtex that Yeezy's new LP will be released before Spring, but was unable to give a specific release date for the disc, which is apparently titled Cruel Winter.
When quizzed about West's forthcoming album, Big Sean revealed: "Oh God. Swerve. Yeah, you're gonna get it. I don't know about that. You gotta wait and see man, I don't know.
"It can't be Cruel Spring. It's gotta be in a timely fashion. I know I did something for it, for Cruel Winter, and I was like 'Godammit, I need to cut this for my album because it's really good'."
He continued: "But either way, that's how 'Clique' was. 'Clique' was supposed to be for my album and ended up going on Cruel Summer. I was like 'Godammit'.
"I'm still on a song with Jay-Z and Kanye, but it originally was going to be my first single for my next album. We got so many singles that it doesn't even matter."