Above, you can listen to a short snippet of a Lil Wayne verse over a S-X beat that has not yet been released. The verse will appear on the upcoming collaboration album with Birdman called Like Father, Like Son II: Tha Last MOB.
Soulja Boy recently spoke to Complex about his work on Lil Wayne‘s upcoming I Am Not A Human Being II album, due to be released in stores on March 26th. S.Beezy confirmed that he had produced two songs on the project and one will also include a rap verse from him. Check out what he said below:
What’s happening next with your music?
Well, I record everyday. I’m in the studio everyday. Next month, you got Lil Wayne’s I Am Not A Human Being II. I made that album, as far as production.
You’re producing on Lil Wayne’s album?
Yeah, I made a couple beats on that album. The paperwork’s already done. I made the album. I’ve been paid for it. It’s going to be dope once that record releases. I got a feature on there, me and Wayne rapping on one song. And then I got a beat on there that I produced, that they paid me for. Then I produced a couple joints for Wiz. After that, I’m looking to drop USA Dre in March 2013.
Last night, the snippets for Game‘s upcoming Jesus Piece album, which is due out on December 11th, were released online. When listening to the preview for a Cool & Dre-produced track called “All That (Lady)“, you can hear Lil Wayne‘s full verse.
Hit the jump to stream Weezy F Baby‘s verse and read the lyrics for it! The full record will also include verses from Big Sean and Fabolous, as well as a chorus from Jeremih.
Back in March, we heard a PJ Morton song called “Lover” featuring Lil Wayne that appeared on PJ’s Following My First Mind EP. Since the record started doing really well on radio and online, they have decided to make “Lover” PJ Morton’s debut single on Young Money.
In June, they shot a music video for the single in Miami, so we should be getting that this month. Weezy also recorded a new verse for “Lover”, which you can listen to after the jump below.
Above, you can watch Lil Wayne‘s backdrop for his verse on Madonna‘s “Revolver” song that she plays while performing the record on her “MDNA” tour. Weezyshot his parts for this video back in March and hopefully Madonna will make “Revolver” an actual single and release a music video for it, because Wayne‘s verse on this was dope!
I also recently posted Nicki Minaj‘s backdrop for Madonna‘s “I Don’t Give A” track, which you can watch on YoungMoneyHQhere.
In other Lil Wayne news, he attended the Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics NBA game at the American Airlines Arena in Florida on June 5th. Check out four photos of Tunechi sitting court-side below: