Speaking on Instagram Live, Chainz revealed that the pair will share a sequel to their full-length collaborative album ‘ColleGrove’, which arrived in 2016.
Both rappers have hinted at a second edition of ‘ColleGrove’ almost since the first album’s release.
Upon the release of ‘ColleGrove’, 2 Chainz said that the pair have “plenty” more music together, while Wayne said a second album was “already done”.
Now, 2 Chainz has confirmed the release of the album. “I’m also dropping ColleGrove 2 this year,” he told fans on Instagram Live – see it below.
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Lil Wayne released his latest album ‘Funeral’ earlier this year, after heading out on a co-headline US tour alongside pop-punk heroes Blink-182.
In a three-star review of ‘Funeral’, NME said: “Some may call the playful immaturity a weakness, but the most successful moments of ‘Funeral’ see Lil Wayne leaning into being a big kid. You should let Wayne be Wayne and enjoy the ride, but just make sure you brace yourself for a few uncomfortable bumps along the way.”
2 Chainz, meanwhile, released new album ‘Rap Or Go To The League’ last year, which NME called “the solo album worthy of his supreme talent” in a four-star review.
The rapper returned late last year with a motivational new freestyle called ‘Somebody Need To Hear This’