Lil Wayne hosted the season finale of Young Money Radio on Apple Music on Friday where he had 2 Chainz, Chris Brown, August Alsina and Birdman as guests.
The two chatted like old times on the episode where Birdman also brought up the topic of a sequel to their 2006 joint album Like Father, Like Son. “I got one thing I want to ask, I would like to do a Like Father, Like Son 2,” said Birdman. “Man, come on. You ain’t got to ask. Come on, man, that was not a question. Man, come on, man. You know I’m going to send you six joints for you to put the verses to them. You know how I do, man,” Wayne said in response.
Birdman added that he’s done with rapping and he’d like to treat this as a farewell project of sorts. “Real round, that was me. You know I’m done rapping. Rapping ain’t for me no more, I’m done with that sh-t. I like to make rappers, that’s what I do. Real rap. So, I just want it to be my little farewell thing,” he added. You can listen to the re-run of the episode here.
The original Like Father, Like Son was released in 2006 through Cash Money Records and spawned the Billboard Hot 100 hit ‘Stuntin Like My Daddy‘.
On the last episode of Young Money radio, Kid Cudi teased a potential collaboration.