‘Trust Fund Babies,’ Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid’s surprising collaboration album, has received mixed reviews.
Apart from Rich the Kid, rapper YG is the sole featured musician on Lil Wayne’s brand new studio album, which features ten tracks.
Collaborative albums appear to be the new fad in hip-hop, and Lil Wayne appears to be embracing the trend, as he recently released a collaborative album with Rich the Kid of the new school. ‘Trust Fund Babies,’ the rap heavyweight’s latest studio effort, was announced a week ago on Instagram.
The cover image for Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid’s debut collaboration was posted on the latter’s Instagram account. “Me and @liltunechi album Trust Fund Babies dropping Oct 1st preorder link in bio,” the young rapper captioned the photo when sharing it with his admirers. ‘Trust Fund Babies’ is Lil Wayne’s follow-up to his 2020 project, ‘Funeral.’ Rich the Kid, on the other hand, had released his ‘Lucky 7’ EP in January of 2021.
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‘Feelin’ Like Tunechi’ is number one.
‘Headlock’ is number two.
‘Trust Fund’ is the third item on the list.
‘Admit It’ is number four.
‘Shh’ is the fifth item on the list.
‘Big Boss’ is number six.
‘Still’ is number seven.
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10. ‘Yeah Yeah,’ Lil Wayne says, ‘Lil Wayne does music with anyone.’