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Birdman Talks Lil Wayne, Drake Collaboration Album
posted Sunday November 14, 2010 at 03:03AM PST | 21 comments
Birdman says a Weezy and Drizzy collabo album is still very possible.
During Lil Wayne's year-long incarceration, Drake was one of the artists that held the Young Money camp down with his wildly successful Thank Me Later.
Among the tracks on the album were "Miss Me," a collaboration with Lil Wayne. But what about an entire album with Drake and Weezy?
"That’s very possible," said Cash Money CEO Brian "Birdman" Williams in an interview with vibe.com. "Because Wayne works a lot and Drake is out there with us too. They're gonna do a lot of recording together so I don’t see why not."
Birdman also detailed his own future plans. "And I have a solo album coming out at the top of the year called Bigger Than Life. Then we have a Father Like Son album that we'll drop around Father’s Day. But I’m more into them. I want to see our artists be as successful as possible. They're young. The bigger they are, the bigger we are. That’s my whole motivation now."
Birdman added that Drake's next album would hit stores around March or April.