Kanye West protégé Big Sean has announced that his long-delayed debut, 'Finally Famous,' will be pushed back yet again.

The talented Detroit MC, credited by Drake for originating the "super duper flow" -- the one-word punchline rhyme style popularized by Kanye, as well as the majority of the Young Money roster -- has been signed to 'Ye's G.O.O.D. Music label since 2008, but will have to wait a little bit longer to release his debut.

Initially scheduled for release on September 14, 2010 and pushed back to May 3, 2011, 'Finally Famous' is now officially set to hit shelves on June 21.

Led by the Chris Brown-featuring single 'My Last,' the album boasts top-notch production from Kanye, No I.D., the Neptunes and Tricky Stewart, with appearances by Wiz Khalifa, Game, Pusha T, Drake, Kid Cudi and of course a duet with Kanye.

"It's kind of like super special," Sean said of his collaboration with his mentor. "It's something people are going to be able to party to and has a great message at the same time. It's just me and him going at it. Pause. I'm really excited about it. I can't wait for the public to hear it."

'Finally Famous' is finally in stores June 21.



Watch Big Sean's 'My Last' feat. Chris Brown






Download Big Sean Songs | Buy Big Sean Albums