- Lil Wayne and Young Thug were spotted jamming together in studio in Los Angeles a few days ago
- Lil Wayne and Thugger were first seen partying it up at Diddy's son's 23rd birthday party before they got down to some serious work
- The two US superstars were with Lil Twist and HoodyBaby during the studio session at the weekend
Lil Wayne and Young Thug are reportedly working on new music. The US rappers were spotted in studio together recently.
A few days ago, footage of Wayne and Thugger recording new music in a studio in Los Angeles, California surfaced online. The two musicians were first spotted partying at Diddy's son, King Combs' 23rd birthday party.
According to lilwaynehq.com, Young Money's Lil Twist and HoodyBaby were also part of the studio session with Wayne and Thugger.
Complex reports that Thugger emerged on the hip-hop scene during the beginning of Wayne's forced hiatus and legal issues with Cash Money.
The publication reports that due to slight stylistic similarities, Wayne decided to go on the offensive against Thug and dissed him at shows. The two seem to have put the past behind them now.
Social media users have reacted to the news that Young Thug and Lil Wayne were in studio together. Check out some of their comments below:
"Bout damn time... I hope I ain't disappointed."
"Birdman must be proud."
"My childhood goat with my current. Lessgerrit."
"This a surprise."
"Wayne has really let go of his pride when it comes this other artists..."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jay-Z's name trended high on Twitter on April Fool's Day, 1 April after an alleged tracklist for his new album featuring African rappers went viral on the app.
Even Nasty C took to Instagram and shared the tracklist of the US rapper's supposed new album titled Ascension. The 16-track "album" features other US superstars such as Beyoncé, H.E.R and Rick Ross.
The Africa-themed project features big artists from the African continent including Nasty C, Olamide, Sakordie and Femi Kuti.
Nasty took to Instagram late on Thursday and posted the tracklist. He did not caption it. He has since deleted it. Some social media users fell for the prank while others did not believe the news at all.
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