Jay-Z and Kanye West are not the only rap duo with clout. Lil Wayne and Drake have their own collaboration in the works, and fans just got a bit of a preview with "She Will," the latest single from Weezy's forthcoming Tha Carter IV.
Earlier this week, Tunechi released a video, shot by DJ Scoob Doo, that showed behind-the-scenes footage of him recording "She Will" with Drake providing feedback over the phone. The final product, released on Friday (August 12), features a bass-heavy, reverb-bloated slow groove provided by producer T-Minus.
The song's title makes it seem like it's an ode to a, er, willing woman, and indeed portions of it are. But the "How to Love" rapper/singer also drops savvy bars that don't necessarily match the theme. "What goes around comes around like a hula hoop/ Karma is a bitch, but just make sure that bitch is beautiful/ Life on the edge, I'm dangling my feet/ I tried to pay attention but attention paid me," raps Wayne on the first verse.
Drake doesn't drop a verse on the song but performs its chorus, part singing and part rapping, "Do it for the realest n---as in the f---ing game right now she will/ Maybe for the money and the power right now she will," on a portion of the memorable refrain.
Birdman recently told XXLMag.com that Lil Wayne and Drake's collaboration is definitely a go, though it will have to wait until after their upcoming solo efforts. Drake's sophomore set, Take Care, is due in stores October 24, while Weezy's much delayed Tha Carter IV will finally be available on August 29. The latter's track list was also recently released, revealing featured performers including T-Pain ("How to Hate"), John Legend ("So Special") and Bun B, Nas, Shyne and Busta Rhymes on "Outro." Drake, along with Jadakiss, appears on another song on Tha Carter IV titled "It's Good."