Stream Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid's New Album 'Trust Fund Babies'

Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid link up for their first-ever collaborative album, 'Trust Fund Babies,' which serves as Wayne's latest project since 2020's 'Funeral.'

Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid 'Trust Fund Babies' cover

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Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid 'Trust Fund Babies' cover

Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid have linked up for their first-ever collaborative album, Trust Fund Babies.

Rich the Kid recently took to Instagram to announce the project, revealing the title, animated cover art, and release date. 

“Me and @liltunechi album Trust Fund Babies dropping Oct 1st preorder link in bio,” he wrote. 

Trust Fund Babies serves as Weezy’s first project since 2020’s Funeral, and Rich’s follow-up to his Lucky 7 EP.

The project arrives just a month after Young Money president Mack Maine teased several upcoming full-length offerings from Lil Wayne.

“Anybody that’s like a Wayne fan, they know that I Am Not A Human Being III is up, coming up soon,” Maine revealed during a conversation on Twitter Spaces. “Wayne and Rich the Kid have a project together that’s coming out soon. ColleGrove [2] is coming out soon, with him and 2 Chainz—I was about to say Tity Boi, we still call him Tity Boi. But uh, yeah, so it’s a lot of music Wayne’s working on.”

Wayne also recently opened up about his own struggles with mental health, telling Emmanuel Acho for the Uncomfortable Conversations series about when he attempted suicide at the age of 12.

He explained the incident happened on a half-day from school when he almost got in trouble with his mother. He described putting her gun to his chest and pulling the trigger, with the police later finding him. He’s continuously credited one of those officers, whom he calls “Uncle Bob,” as the person who saved his life.

You can stream Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid’s Trust Fund Babies below, as well as check out the music video for “Feelin’ Like Tunechi.”

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