Appearing on Young Money Radio‘s final episode of season 1, Birdman announced he was retiring from making music, but under one condition.
Lil Wayne and Birdman’s relationship hasn’t been the best these past few years. But, the two seem to be in better terms. Birdman announcing his retirement. “I’m done rapping, rapping ain’t for me no more,” Birdman said. “I like to make rappers.”
Co-founder of Cash Money records also stated that he would like to drop another collab project with Weezy. “I would like to do a ‘Father Son 2’. I want it to be my farewell thing,” Birdman said on episode 12 of Young Money Radio.
Back in 2006, Wayne and Baby released ‘Lik Father, Like Son’. An album that featured the likes of Fat Joe, Rick Ross, and Tha Dogg Pound. With production by Swizz Beatz and Scott Storch, the album did well on the Billboard charts. Peaking as high as number one on the Billboard Top Rap Albums and number 3 on the Billboard 200.
Wayne took to his Instagram account to thank listeners for the support on a successful first season. “Today, we celebrate episode 12, and the end of the very first season of muthaf*kkin’ YoungMoneyRadio on @applemusic. Thank y’all from the bottom of my heart of making this biggest debut first season of any podcast or radio show EVER — joining now the elite and super successful podcast pantheon of the First Lady of Young Money’s Queen Radio and the Young Money’s 6 God’s OVOSOUND Radio. We’ve had over 10 million viewers and listeners throughout the first season. Got more incredible guests on deck again for y’all today!”
Listen to the full episode here via Apple Music.