But he’s also working on a new mixtape, “Greenlight 5” which will include some major collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar and a few others.
Good close friend, Chris Brown, however, won’t be involved.
“I know a lot of times our fans, me and Chris, they always love when we do records together because we do it so perfect,” the 106 & Park host said. “We don’t bombard our audience with a lot of Chris Brown/Bow Wow features, but when we do them they’re special. They get big…I had a record on there with me and Chris, but it just didn’t fit,” the rapper explained.
No music for now, but they’re working on a film project that might be pretty big.
The So So Def 20th Anniversary All Star Concert is Feb. 23rd in Atlanta.
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