The highly anticipated sequel to the ColleGrove project, “Welcome 2 Collegrove,” has finally been released, and it’s an absolute banger. 21 tracks of fire with an all-star lineup of guest appearances. Features include 21 Savage, Usher, Fabolous to name a few, but that’s not all! Benny the Butcher, Vory’s greatness, Rick Ross, Marsha Ambrosius make this album a candidate for album of the year! Let’s dive into why this album deserves your attention.
This is some classic Tunechi and Chainz work, packed with energy from start to finish. If you’ve been a fan of Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz’s previous work together, you won’t be disappointed. But they’ve also raised the bar, impressing fans with their versatility and growth since their last project together.
They’ve brought in the heavy hitters on production with Mannie Fresh, Nolan Presley, London Jae, Big K.R.I.T., and more. The beats are fresh, hard-hitting, and contagious, making it hard not to dance while listening. Production plays a significant role in every hip-hop album and Welcome 2 Collegrove didn’t disappoint.
The singles “Presha” and “Long Story Short” definitely brought the heat and anticipation for this project even higher. In this new release, they also come with compelling tracks like “Oprah and Gayle” and “Can’t Believe You” that will leave you wanting to listen to them over and over again.
The magic of Welcome 2 Collegrove lies in the perfect collaboration of talent, sound, and energy. It’s an excellent showcase of the evolution of 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne’s artistry, and it’s worth all the hype!
In conclusion, 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne’s joint project, Welcome 2 Collegrove, is worth every single second of your attention. From the guest appearances to the beats, every aspect of the project is fantastic, and it’s truly some of the best work from both artists together. It’s great to see artists of such caliber come together and create something unique that fans will love. So, be sure to stream it on Spotify and Apple Music and prepare to feel the energy and passion of the genius of two of the most popular rappers.