Mack Maine ft. Lil Wayne & Talib Kweli - Celebrate

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When I woke up this morning, I didn’t expect myself to enjoy work, but I did. When I had breakfast, I didn’t expect to enjoy some organic yogurt but, surprisingly I did. And when I saw Talib Kweli and artist/president of Cash Money Records Mack Maine I didn’t know if I would like it but, guess what, I definitely did. This unexpected collaboration is provided to us via Mack Maine’s new release, Celebrate, which also features his right hand man Lil Wayne. Produced by an as-yet identified beatsmith, Celebrate sounds appropriately huge as the record carries a triumphant feel that would surely feel at home on a NFL telecast. Discussing reasons they should, of course, celebrate, each rapper takes a turn at a verse with Weezy handling the responsibility of carrying the chorus. While this record isn’t currently attached to any project, but I’m not going to complain at all. So with the weekend approaching, play this record and celebrate it you made it on Earth another week. Sometimes the best thing in life are unexpected.

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