All eyes are on members of G.O.O.D. Music these days, with their album pushing over 200k units in its debut week (even with an early leak).  Cruel Summer is just the jump-off for highly anticipated solo projects, with Pusha T, and Common with albums in the pipeline.  Big Sean is the artist who is on tap next, and at a recent show revealed the title of his sophomore album. 

According to sources on hand at a recent show, Big Sean announced his second solo album will be called Hall Of Fame, and fans can expect it to hit stores in December.  

The album is to be heavily produced by fellow Detroit artist, and long time friend, KeY Wane, who produced some tracks for Sean's most recent mixtape (and also Meek Mill's hit "Amen").   Big Sean has been talking about recording tracks for this album for awhile, and with the quality of production on his Detroit mixtape fans should be hyped for what's in store on Hall Of Fame. As hinted at previously, expect his lead single to drop soon. 

UPDATE: He explained the title a little at the show, saying, "Hall Of Fame: Memoirs of a Detroit Player, 'cause we all strive to be the best, if you don't do it to be the best, I don't know why the fuck you do it. Hall Of Fame is coming out for y'all this winter."

Check out the footage of the announcement during the live show below.