Famous US rappers Lil Wayne And 2 Chainz have announced the official release date for their upcoming musical project, titled Welcome 2 Collegrove.
The album is scheduled for November 17, 2023. Fans all around the world are buzzing with anticipation for this epic collaboration.
Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz work history
This is not the first time Lil Win and 2 Chainz have joined forces to create musical magic. In 2016, they blessed the music world with the album Collegrove which turned out to be a massive hit. The album was on numerous playlists, and songs like Gotta Lotta and Bounce became anthems of the time. Their chemistry was undeniable, and the tracks were melodious, making fans crave more.
Now, in 2023, the two rappers are back to continue their musical journey with Welcome 2 Collegegrove ‘
The announcement has ignited a wave of excitement among their fan base. While many details about the project are still under wraps, it is likely to be a musical spectacle.
What fans should expect from Welcome 2 Collegrove
Welcome 2 Collegrove is expected to bring together the unique styles of these two acclaimed artists. 2 Chainz, known for his lyrical prowess and catchy flow, and Lil, a rap heavyweight with a penchant for crafting memorable verses, are expected to once again deliver a musical experience that will resonate with fans of all ages.
The 2016 Collegrove album had fans grooving with its catchy hooks and memorable lyrics. With this new project on the horizon, fans cannot help but wonder what surprises Lil Win and 2 Chainz have in store.
Will Welcome 2 Collegegroove live up to the standards set by its predecessor? The answer is just a few months away.
The duo’s past collaboration was a smashing success, and there’s every reason to believe that their upcoming project will follow suit. For fans, it’s not just about the music but also about the memories, the vibes, and the shared experience that these artistes bring to their work.
Lil Durk set to headline concert in Africa
American rapper and singer Lil Durk will be coming to Africa after his collaboration with Burna Boy.
The rapper, born Durk Derrick Banks, has been announced as a headline act for Flytime Fest, one of Nigeria’s most anticipated music festivals, in Lagos.
The All My Life rapper is expected to to make a triumphant entry into the West African country for the festival which is slated for December 23 to 25.