News: Lil Wayne Takes Aim At Madonna's "Revolver," Music Video On Deck [Audio]

Friday, Jul 31, 2009 8:05AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Lil Wayne has agreed to collabo with Madonna for "Revolver" and to appear in a video for the singer's last contractual Warner Bros. album.

The "Revolver" music video and song are reportedly being scheduled for official release this fall.

"Celebration" is the first single off her upcoming greatest hits album, Celebration. The second single will be "Revolver" with Lil Wayne; plans for a video for that single are already in place and the song is set to be released in September. (Team Supreme Music)

Their collaboration was previously leaked earlier this year.

Another new single in the album reportedly is a song called "Revolver" which has been leaked earlier this year with rapper Lil Wayne singing on the hook. This album will be made available in a two-CD set as well as a single CD. There will also be a DVD release which includes Madonna's never-before-seen music videos in addition to "Celebration" video. (Ace Showbiz)

Aside from Madonna, Weezy also has an upcoming collaboration on Kid Rock's new album.

Rock was planning to follow-up 2007's triple-platinum Rock N Roll Jesus this fall but, as previously reported, has decided to take the project to producer Rick Rubin, which will likely mean a 2010 release. The two are currently reviewing what Rock has in hand, including collaborations with rapper Lil Wayne and T.I., and plan to start recording after Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker band wrap up their summer tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd. (Billboard)

The rapper has recently been making a move towards more rock-based music including the release of his upcoming Rebirth album.

"The fans should expect from the new album, more electricity, more more more power, more everything, more me," Wayne explained in an interview. "But different edge of course, it's really different from what they've been used to but, it's still me at the end of the day. The influence of the new album is mainly rock, but again, it's me. So I guess, I guess I'll call it my rock. Yeah." (Soundcheck)

Check out Lil Wayne's "Revolver" collaboration below:

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