Lil Wayne Offers To Feature On YBN Cordae's Next Album: “I'll Murder It”

Written by on May 25, 2020

An artist to be careful for is YBN Cordae. Final 12 months, the 22-year-old rapper launched his debut studio album The Misplaced Boy, a venture that was hailed by the brand new technology of artists together with the legends within the rap sport. The Misplaced Boy earned YBN Cordae a nod from the Grammys as he was nominated for Finest Rap Album and Finest Rap Tune, and his single “RNP” with Anderson .Paak was a success amongst followers. Lil Wayne chatted with Cordae on a current episode of Younger Cash Radio the place the younger rapper could not assist however let Weezy understand how influential the Younger Cash Money Cash artist had been on his profession.

YBN Cordae, Anderson .Paak
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Throughout this COVID-19 quarantine, YBN Cordae has been grinding onerous in his residence studio as he works on his subsequent venture that is slated for launch in a while this 12 months. Lil Wayne tried to get as a lot data as he may about it, however Cordae admitted that he is nonetheless within the early phases of crafting the document. Nevertheless, he did share that he has a minimum of 50 songs he is accomplished, so now it is all about discovering the proper data, reducing issues down, and including in options. Wayne let it’s recognized that he’d be very happy to hop on a monitor.

“All you gotta do is give me the… All you gotta do is textual content me the tune, I am going to homicide it and ship you the finger so you already know it is useless,” Lil Wayne stated. Cordae replied, “Say much less. Say no extra.” Take a look at the total interview between Lil Wayne and YBN Cordae beneath and allow us to now for those who suppose a collaboration between these two could be hearth.

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