Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne is going to have a busy 2016 with new plans to hook up with Cash Money alumni Juvenile and Mannie Fresh for a joint album.

Mannie and Juvie broke the headline-generating news this week.

The fans demanded this, to them it’s iconic,” says Mannie. “It’s necessary that y’all come back and do this album, and even show the planet that whatever was going on with us we can get over that.” Juvenile adds, “We already got some features.” (AHH)

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Wayne, Fresh and Juvie the Great hooked up last summer.

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Last April, Juvenile and Mannie reunited at Louisiana’s annual New Orleans Jazz Fest.

Stripping off his camouflage windbreaker, Juvenile announced “I’m hot, ’cause I’m a Hot Boy.” Looking down at his midsection, the 40-year old rapper grinned and amended his comment: “Except now that I have a little stomach, I’m a hot potato.” (NOLA)

Fresh performed a few throwback tracks from Cash Money’s early days and, notably, Big Tymers hit “Still Fly.”

“This is gonna get a little personal for the out-of-town people, but just roll with us,” he said. “Because there are some people we really mess with, and they’re not here anymore, and we got to pay homage.” The crowd cheered for snippets of “Monkey on A Stick,” the radio version of the Magnolia Shorty’s 1995 Cash Money hit, and “I’ll Pay For It,” in tribute to Soulja Slim. Slim was killed in 2003; Magnolia Shorty in 2010. (NOLA)