News: Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj & Drake's "Young Money" Compilation Tracklisting Revealed
Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009 5:20PM
The tracklisting for Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake's Young Money compilation album, We Are Young Money, has landed online and shows the project featuring guest appearances from Lloyd, Birdman and Gucci Mane.
Laced with 14 tracks, the project will also feature a guest appearance from R&B singer Pleasure P.
We Are Young Money tracklisting: 1. Bedrock featuring Lloyd 2. New Sh* 3. Pass Me the Dutch 4. Wifebeater 5. F*ck the Bullsh*t featuring Birdman 6. Ms. Parker 7. Target 8. Sacrifice 9. Every Girl 10. She Is Gone featuring Pleasure P 11. Girl I Got You 12. Gooder 13. Roger That 14. Steady Mobbin' featuring Gucci Mane (Rap-Up)
Wayne recently hinted at his Rebirth album being included with the Young Money project.
"[laughs] Nah, they pushing for that, I ain't really trying to give 'em that like that [with a double album,]" Weezy explained in an interview with radio personality Tim Westwood. "Uh-huh, it won't be given like that. Trust me, it won't be given like that because Tha Carter IV deserves Tha Carter IV. And that's that. The Rebirth may come as a double [album] which comes with the Young Money All-Stars disc. Yeah, so it may be the Young Money All-Stars and Rebirth." (Tim Westwood TV)
Speaking with radio personality Jenny Boom Boom earlier this month, R&B singer Lloyd said Young Money could possibly be his next home.
"I think that's the question on everyone's mind," Lloyd said about the possibility of signing to Young Money. "No, I wasn't offered a deal, uhm, if anything I think about it because I'm big fans of their work and we all good friends. We've worked [together on songs] a lot in the past, you know, we broke bread together and I think a lot of fans would probably want to see that happen. I just wanna win, I just wanna be successful. I think wherever I go, I'm gonna be successful." (Jenny Boom Boom TV)
Rap mogul Diddy recently compared Wayne's company to Bad Boy Entertainment in the 1990's.
"I nod my head to Wayne, I tip my hat to him," Diddy said in an interview. "I told him at the BET Awards. I said, 'You doing the new generation of Bad Boy. You're doing what we did back in '94. That's really creating a movement.' I tip my hat to him, but now I gotta watch him because he's competition. But he's doing his thing. He's gone from artist to label mogul, so you have to give him his respect." (MTV)
We Are Young Money is due in stores Tuesday, December 15th.
Check out Lil Wayne speaking on Young Money below: