Lil Wayne and Rick Ross’ Verses On “CLB” Draw Huge Praise From Fans On Social Media
Fans can’t get enough of Rick Ross and Lil Wayne’s cooperation on Drake’s new collection, “Certified Lover Boy.”
Drake’s hotly anticipated 6th studio collection, Certified Lover Boy, at long last hit streaming stages, early Friday morning and has been a fervently talked about subject via online media for the duration of the day. Lil Wayne and Rick Ross’ appearance on the track “You Only Live Twice” might be getting the most promotion.
“Drake, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross are certain when they group up. They’ve been giving us quality for longer than 10 years,” one client tweeted.
The Toronto rapper has collaborated with both Wayne and Ross previously. Every one of the three cooperated on DJ Khaled’s hit single, “I’m On One,” from 2011. In the time since, Drake and Ross have teamed up on a modest bunch of tracks including 2019’s “Cash in the Grave,” and the current year’s “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.” As for Drake and Wayne, the two have cooperated on a few melodies like 2014’s “Trust Me,” 2015’s “Utilized To,” and then some.
Indeed, even a few fans who don’t care for Certified Lover Boy are conceding Ross and Wayne’s sections are redeemable, for example, one client who composes on Twitter: “Certified Lover Boy is way exhausting, you all. Just redeemable track is You Only Live Twice and that is a result of Rick Ross and Lil Wayne. While I’m not a devotee of Drake, I perceive that he puts out great music some of the time.”