Mannie Fresh shares his new track, "Hate," and it features longtime collaborators Juvenile, Lil Wayne, and Birdman. That's right, Weezy and Baby are on the same record. It kicks off with an intro from the co-founder of Cash Money, and he delivers his signature motivational words that sound even better over Mannie's bangin' backdrop. Birdman does the same on the outro. For their part Juve, Wayne, and Mannie trade short verses and stunt on the competition, though we'll say Wayne wins this round with his reference to Future's "Real Sisters."
Birdman and Lil Wayne have been working on their personal relationship as of late. They were seen in the studio together last month, and also rang in NYE with Drake in Miami. Even with this positive energy between the two, Wayne is reportedly still suing Birdman for $51 million over a contract dispute. You can thank Mannie for bringing them together on wax for the first time in forever.
"I've put a lot of effort into making this track happen. I've always been the liaison between these guys, they took my word and put their trust in me in bringing everyone together for this hot track," Mannie said of his latest single. "You definitely can expect more from this project I'm about to drop with Mass Appeal Records. This is just the foreplay, you can expect the eargasm later." Just last month, the legendary producer revealed a collaborative project between him, Wayne and Juvenile was in the works. "Hate" is more proof that the project could be coming soon. Check out the song below and pre-order it on iTunes.