Lil Wayne Announces Newest Young Money Member, Fourteen-Year-Old Torion Sellers
Weezy praises the singer in his second Public Service Announcement.
Lil Wayne has announced the newest member of his Young Money collective Torion Sellers, a 14-year-old singer, during his second PSA. Before introducing the teen vocalist, Weezy gave a grand introduction to Sellers and deeming him “the future.”
“I want to reveal something needed. I want to reveal something now. I want to reveal something then. I want to reveal the future. Not only the future of Young Money/Cash Money, but the future. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, my newest artist. I’m so, so blessed, so appreciative to be able to say I present to you, my new artist, Torion.”
Torion then sings The Jackson 5’s “I’ll Be There” and shows off his dance moves to Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now.”
Watch the clip below.