Lil Wayne’s ‘Let’s Ride’ Featuring Sean Kingston Surfaces Online
Lil Wayne Let’s Ride Sean Kingston: Lil Wayne has released a new track, titled ‘Let’s Ride‘ today, featuring Sean Kingston. The song hails from way back in 2008. Originally, it was intended for his 2008 mixtape, ‘Hello Brooklyn‘ with Mick Boogie but it never made the cut, as the mixtape was scrapped.
The song originally contained samples from Biggie and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “Notorious Thugs” by The Notorious B.I.G. and Bone Thugs ‘N’ Harmony. This sean kingston featured cut has finally come out after all the years and we have shared it below.
Lil wayne has got to be one artistes with the most unreleased songs being leaked and surfacing online. While some come finished, others aren’t.
The rapper is expected to drop an album in february and it is titled ‘Funeral‘. He informed us sometime last year, that the album is done and ready to hit streaming services.
About The Artistes
Lil Wayne, originally Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. was born on September 27, 1982 and is an American rapper, singer and songwriter amongst other labels. He shot to fame at the tender age of 13, in 1996 when he was discovered by Birdman and inducted into Cash Money records, as the youngest member. This relationship with the company lasted until 2018, and in between, he had released several albums and was even their flagship artist.
Sean Kingston, was born Kisean Anderson in Miami Florida, the first of three children. The family moved to kingston, Jamaica when he was six, which could be where he derived his moniker from. They later migrated back to the united states where he started his music career. His first album, which was self titled was released in 2007.