Big Sean is currently working on his sophomore album, although it is still lacking a title. He talked to XXL about title possibilities, and although the rapper has been heard using the term "swerve" a lot recently, he says that will not be the album name.

"Swerve is just my adlib…it ain’t going to be the title of my next album. That’s a good- ass title though. I ain’t mad at it. That’s just something we made up. We’ve been saying that for years in the D, so yeah, it might be."

He continued, "That’s hard though. People be talking shit because I be making up words, but I think it’s cool. You have to have an imagination to take it further." 

Even though it's untitled for now, Big Sean knows what the first single will be off it, he revealed it's produced by Key Wane (the producer behind Meek Mill's "Amen").

"Key Wane actually produced my first single," Sean said. "No I.D. is probably executive producing, and he’s my A&R, him and Kanye, of course. Key Wane is from Detroit. We went to high school together; he was younger. He’s the first producer I signed, and he’s going to be legendary. I’m excited to be working with him."

The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is hoping for a September release of his album. He'll also be featured on "Cruel Summer," G.O.O.D. Music's compilation album.