When [artist id="510062"]Lil Wayne[/artist] makes a request, [artist id="3055069"]Nicki Minaj[/artist] delivers.
Considering she quickly ascended to rap royalty after Weezy signed her to his Young Money roster, she owes the New Orleans rapper a debt of gratitude. Hip-hop's Harajuku Barbie recently told MTV News that she has already recorded a verse for her mentor's new album, Tha Carter IV, due later this year.
"I recorded something for Carter IV, and I recorded something with the Birdman recently," Nicki told MTV News.
The Birdman she's referring to is Bryan "Baby" Williams, Cash Money Records co-founder and CEO, and a recording artist in his own right. Baby's new album, Bigger Than Life, is due this year as well.
Minaj spoke confidently about Wayne's next album, which has so far spawned a single and video in "6 Foot 7 Foot," featuring Cory Gunz.
"I think Carter IV is gonna just be exceptional, of course," Nicki said. "I think Wayne is definitely on his grind crazy right now. But yep, my Carter IV verse has been handed in officially."
Over the weekend, "American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez revealed that Wayne is featured on her next single "I'm Into You," from her forthcoming Love? album. And on Monday (March 14), Wayne popped up on a rough version of Kanye West's "All of the Lights (Remix)" that hit the Internet.
As for Nicki and Weezy's new song, fans may get a live preview soon. Minaj will be heading out on the road with Wayne, as well as Rick Ross, Mixmaster Mike and Travis Barker, for the I Am Music II Tour, which kicks off Friday in Buffalo, New York.
Are you excited for a new Nicki and Wayne collabo? Let us know in the comments!