A collab between Lil Wayne and YBN Cordae may be coming down the pipeline in the relative future.
On Saturday (May 23), Cordae was a guest on Wayne’s Young Money Radio show on Apple Music and spoke about his debut album, what he’s been doing in quarantine and working on next — his sophomore album. While Cordae was discussing the latter, Weezy jumped in to offer his services.
“All you gotta do is text me the song,” Wayne said. “I’ll murder it and send you the finger so you know it’s dead.”
With a “say less,” Cordae made it clear the offer was welcomed.
In addition to a potential Wayne feature, the YBN rapper offered more details about the follow-up to his debut The Lost Boy, including when to expect it.
“Probably later this year, I’ve just been working on it,” Cordae revealed. “Ain’t shit else to do, but work.”
He also said he’s about 50 songs in, but features and a title are still being figured out.
Wayne isn’t the first veteran rapper to give Cordae a major co-sign. The young rapper recently received words of praise from Eminem. The North Carolina rapper’s initial single was a remix to Em’s classic track “My Name Is,” so things appear to have come full circle.
The Grammy-nominated project The Lost Boy was released in 2019 and featured appearances from Chance The Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, Meek Mill, Pusha T and more.
Watch Cordae’s full conversation with Lil Wayne on Young Money Radio above.