When Weezy gets out of jail, Justin Bieber wishes to make a duet with the rap mogul who recently gave him a shoutout on Ustream.
After collaborating with rapper Ludacris and joining forces with reggae fusion singer/MC Sean Kingston, Justin Bieber is now longing to make a duet with Lil Wayne. "I want to work with Lil Wayne...once he gets out of jail," he told E! News during an event at Northview High School in Covina, California.
There is chance that Justin's duet wish could come true as Weezy himself has given a shoutout to the young Canadian pop sensation during a Ustream session on Young Money's artist Lil Twist's site. The rap mogul apparently has recognized that Justin fever already swept the country and he could be the next big thing in music industry.
Justin Bieber is preparing to release a new album titled "My World 2.0" in the U.S. on March 23. He recently tweeted about what to expect from the upcoming release, writing on the micro-blogging site "EXCLUSIVE NEWS ON MY WORLD 2.0- so happy with the songs the 2.0 part wont have 7 more new songs..it will have 10 MORE NEW SONGS!! LETS GO!" Additionally, he will appear in "Saturday Night Live" on April 10, serving as a musical guest and wishing to take part in one of the digital shorts.
As for Lil Wayne, this MC has undergone eight root canal procedures to fix his teeth and will be back to the courtroom for a one-year sentencing on March 2. To tide fans over while he's away to serve his jail time, he has shot at least nine music videos which will be premiered one after another during his absence from the music scene. Most recently, he opened a Twitter account to keep in touch with his fans. His first message read, "im super new to this twitter shit but wudup tho !..........follow me biotch.........wudup mak......happy bday LO......8 days of freedom..ym."