Lil Wayne celebrated his 38th birthday yesterday, September 27. In honor of his big industry brother’s born day, Drizzy Drake sent out a short but sweet message to the guy who provided a major platform for him to become a superstar.
“More life to the man that gave me everything I have!!!” Drake captioned a series of photos of himself and Wayne on Instagram. “My GOAT 🐐 and not just on some emoji shit.
“Sometimes I wanna drop a tear but no emotions from a king…shall be…so I be…who I be…that’s me…that’s Weezy F Baby and please say the mothafuckin…,” he closed, quoting Wayne’s Tha Carter II single, “Hustler Musik.”
However it seems like it’s been a minute since the word-smiths collaborated on a song , the love clearly still exists between them. For Father’s Day, Drake also offered a heartfelt homage to Weezy.
“@liltunechi You are my brother but you raised me so Happy Father’s Day I love u g forever,” he wrote over a picture of the Young Money head honcho on his Instagram Story.
The collab drought may end soon. Back in May, Drake promised to do new music with Wayne during an episode of Young Money Radio.
“You have my word as a man, and Mack [Maine], you can hold me to this when we get off the phone, I’m going to be in the studio,” Drake confirmed. “What’s today? Friday? I’m going to be in the studio all weekend. By midweek or maybe Monday night, you will have at least two joints.”
It can be confirmed that Wayne and Drake are working on new projects, with Drake’s Certified Lover Boy album set to be released before the end of the year.
Tunechi recently disclosed Tha Carter VI and No Ceilings 3 are on the way. There are also reports circulating they are in talks of doing another joint tour.