Robin Thicke Reunites With Lil Wayne For "Love After War"
The blue-eyed soul singer links back up with Weezy for a cut called "Pretty Little Heart."
Robin Thicke has been putting in work on his upcoming album Love After War, which is set to feature collaborations with Pharrell Williams, Faith Evans, Usher and Maxwell. But according to ThisIsRNB.com, the blue-eyed crooner is also reuniting with Lil Wayne for the song “Pretty Little Heart,” which he previewed in a performance clip that can be viewed below.
Thicke and Weezy previously collaborated on the former’s 2006 release The Evolution of Robin Thicke, which featured the duets “All Night Long” and “Shooter,” also included on 2005’s Tha Carter II. The pair also hopped on the same track on “Tie My Hands,” featured on Thicke’s Something Else and Wayne’s Tha Carter III.
The falsetto singer also plans to release his first single next week, according to his Twitter account.