Drake Says He And Lil Wayne Are Planning A Joint Album

'I went up to Rikers, and me and Wayne agreed that there will be a Lil Wayne/ Drake album,' he tells MTV's 'Sucker Free.'

A Young Angel and Young Lion LP? It's finally in the works, according to Drake.

The Toronto MC said he and Lil Wayne spoke about a joint album when he visited the incarcerated star last week in prison.

"I went up to Rikers, and me and Wayne agreed that there will be a Lil Wayne/ Drake album," Drake told DJ Envy on MTV's "Sucker Free." " ... There's some things I'm excited for in my life — I'm excited to go perform certain places — but [this project] will probably be one of the most exciting things in my life, because we make music on a different level. It's just so fun, so comfortable. A whole album? To think about all the things we can do, especially if we're gonna do 15 songs. Me and him don't like to do 12, 13 [songs]. We want to do 15, 16. Yeah, Lil Wayne and Drake album."

Wayne is only featured once on Drake's debut album, Thank Me Later, which drops June 15.

The Cash Money superstar and Drizzy collaborated on a number of projects in the past, including Drake's mixtapes Comeback Season and So Far Gone, in addition to the Young Money compilation released last year. But this will be the first time the two MCs pair up for their own project.

Last year, while on the verge of inking his deal, Drake told MTV News about his career ambitions and said Lil Wayne would be a part of them for a long time.

"I plan to work with Wayne for the rest of my career, so I think it's a smart career move," he said. "You know, everybody else [on Young Money] will hopefully work out the situations, get the right people on the album. I think it was important for me to show him that I believed in him as much as he believed in me. Because a lot of months, he stuck his neck out there for me, you know with the VMAs [where Lil Wayne rapped Drake's verse from 'Money to Blow' at the beginning of his performance of 'Misunderstood'] and then 'Ransom,' and all the songs that we put out. And the things he would say in interviews, he really put himself out there for me. So I think it was only just and fair to show him that I feel the same way."

For more Drake, check him out with DJ Envy on the road for Sucker Free Summer at Hartford, Connecticut's Hot Jam 9 this Sunday at noon on MTV2.