Young Money ft. Lloyd - Bed Rock

Posted 6 years ago
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Kane Beatz
Album:
Young Money Fam

Lil Wayne is undoubtedly one of the most powerful men in hip-hop, but his Royal Weezyness is on a mission to expand his empire beyond himself and build a true Young Money movement. Hence Bed Rock, the second single by the collective Young Money family. Featuring verses from Wayne, Gudda Gudda, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Tyga and Jae Millz, Bed Rock is a showcase for Young Money’s considerable talent. (Side note: Omarion’s vocals on the original were replaced up by Wayne’s frequent collaborator Lloyd after Omarion was dropped from the label.) Will Bed Rock provide Wayne with the solid foundation he needs to turn his young roster into legit superstars? We’ll find out when their unimaginatively titled album Young Money Fam drops this winter.

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