Depending on your taste (and probably your age), you definitely have a favorite between Drake and Lil Wayne. If you're more into straight-up bars, spectacular flows, and classic projects, Weezy F Baby is your guy. If you like to vibe out on your headphones, get in touch with your emotions and cry about your ex-girlfriend, you probably have Drake on your top playlists. Of course, given their history working together in Young Money Entertainment, it's easily possible to be a huge fan of both rappers. We've been praying for the possibility of a Tunechi x Drizzy collaborative album and it seems like our wishes may actually come true.
For years, the two have previously teased the possibility of a joint project but for just as long, the topic hasn't been brought up in their press runs. During a new interview with Vibe, Wayne re-entered discussion about the long-anticipated body of work, noting that he and Drake are still in constant competition against one another.
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"We’re both doing what we do, but he already know," said the legendary rapper about his music with Drake. "We still text and send songs here and there, change a verse because he killed me or change a verse ‘cuz I killed him. It’s still the same competition."
As reported by Genius, the first time this duo hinted at a collaborative album was nine years ago when Drake told Tim Westwood they had thought about working together on one. Hopefully, it's actually coming now.
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