Vado may be gearing up to release his long-awaited album with Cam'ron, Gunz n' Butta, but he's also prepping some other collaborative efforts.

Appearing on XXL's UStream show, Spotlight, yesterday, the Harlem native hinted at a feature that he says will have New York City and beyond going crazy once it hits the streets. When asked if he would work with Lloyd Banks, the U.N. member dished the info. "You know what's crazy?" he began. "I just did a freestyle yesterday—I can't say for who—but I heard Banks was on it. Just wanna let y'all know, if you ask me, that's definitely three of the top niggas in New York right now that's reppin'. So that freestyle is gonna be crazy."

The recent Interscope signee also spoke on his deal, saying that it had been in the works for months and that he hoped his official debut would be released by the end of the year.

Vado said that he is finishing up Slime Flu 2, a follow up to October's retail street album, Slime Flu, though he wasn't sure if it would be released for free or made available in stores like the first. In addition, he confirmed that Boss of All Bosses 3, the next installment of his collaborative mixtape series with Cam and DJ Drama, is finished and should also be made available in the coming months. Vado and Cam are also preparing to begin shooting Killa Season 2.

Gunz n' Butta hits stores and iTunes on April 12. —Adam Fleischer