Lil Wayne and YG have linked up on a new song "Trill" that is a part of the new 20 Before 17 series for Red Bull. The series celebrates Red Bull's 2016 in music with a compilation of lectures, videos, sets, new songs and more from artists who have been a part of the program over the year.
"Trill" finds YG and Lil Wayne rapping over a Boi-1da and T-Minus beat. Wayne brings some braggadocios lines about his money, cooking skills and women, but also touches on going to jail.
"I know the stove like I worked at Piccadilly's, n*gga / I wear a gold rope for old Mississippi n*ggas / And I was locked up in a hole, I could've killed me, n*gga / And then a guard gave me some head, she felt guilty, n*gga," he raps in the first verse.
YG follows up with the second verse taking aim at those who have doubted him.
This is all part of the 20 Before 17 lineup that Red Bull is rolling out over the rest of December.
There are already some features on the website now, but in total it will include interviews, lectures, new songs and much more.
There will be an interview with Erykah Badu and Om'mas Keith. Exclusive dubplates and behind the scenes from Mixpak at the Red Bull Culture Clash in London will also be on tap. Lectures with Dizzee Rascal, Mike Will Made It and Susan Rogers will be made available.
There will be plenty more video content from others such as Brodka and Miso Kim, as well as a 24-hour mix from 24 of the Red Bull Thre3style world finalists.
Head to the 20 Before 17 website to stay up to date on all of the new posts.