Though their relationship has had its fair share of ups and downs over the years, Lil Wayne and Birdman sound like family once again. (That legal settlement worth over $10 million probably didn't hurt.)
On the season finale of Wayne's Young Money Radio, the two touched on a range of topics, including Baby's sunsetting career in the booth, as he confessed that he's "done rapping."
"Rapping ain't for me no more," he said. "I'm done with that sh*t. I like to make rappers, that's what I do.” These days, Blueface and Jacquees are the two main acts under his label Cash Money Records.
But before he hangs up the mic for good, Birdman wants to make one more project happen. "I would like to do a Father Son 2," he said, alluding to a follow-up to their classic 2006 collab Like Father, Like Son. He went on to say that he'd like the album to "be my lil farewell thing."
Weezy seemed to enjoy the idea. "You know I could send you six joints and you don't got to do nothin' but put your verses to' em," he replied with a smile. Longtime fans of Cash Money definitely weren't complaining.
Led by the singles "Stuntin' Like My Daddy" and "You Ain't Know," Like Father, Like Son peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
Wayne also celebrated the "over 10 million viewers and listeners" his Beats One show garnered in its first season on Apple Music. "Thank y’all from the bottom of my heart of making this biggest debut first season of any podcast or radio show EVER," he captioned a compilation of interview highlights on Instagram.
Young moolah baby!