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Lil Wayne’s manager Cortez Bryant teases possible joint tour with Drake

The rappers co-headlined their Drake vs. Lil Wayne Tour back in 2014.

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If you’re still kicking yourself for missing out on the Drake vs. Lil Wayne mega-tour of 2014, you might just be in luck. Cortez “Tez” Bryant — former manager to Drake and current manager to Weezy — hinted at the possibility of another joint tour between the two rap superstars earlier this week.

“My favorite tour of them all was this Drake vs. Lil Wayne Tour,” Bryant said during a recent episode of Brian “B.Dot” Miller’s “Art of Facts” series. “It was at a time when Drake had arrived as an artist. Seeing him from the inception and as a superstar himself and mentor and mentee going on stage.”

When Miller suggested that the duo do another co-headlining tour, Bryant confirmed that both Drake and Wayne have discussed the idea.

“And they talked about it,” he revealed. “I do think we need to do it again.”

Talks of a second joint Drake and Wayne tour have been circulating since 2018. That year, Weezy congratulated Drake for his successful Aubrey vs. The Migos Tour, which he co-headlined with Migos.

“I can’t wait to get back on that stage and we do our own tour again. ‘Drake vs. Tune, Wayne’…whatever you wanna call it,” Wayne had said at the time. “You will never win, you never do. Congratulations.”

The news also arrives after the pair teased a potential collaboration during one of Wayne’s Young Money Radio segments.

“Now, something about me and Drizzy’s songs that we do together, we are both perfectionists,” Wayne said on-air. “So, it’s not like you send me a joint, I’m going to throw a verse on there. We got a standard we got to live up to, we got a track record and a legacy we gotta always protect. And then on top of that, it’s like we have this thing where it’s like, well, if I’ma send you a joint and I’m going to go first, first of all – I already know, it’s like, all right, I know this man’s about to go crazy on me.”

Drizzy agreed, adding, “Well look, on that note, you have my word as a man and Mack [Maine], you can hold me to this when we get off the phone, I’m going to be in the studio.”

Drake further revealed that he’d “be in the studio all weekend” and promised to send Wayne a track within the next week. In the past, the rappers have teamed up on several memorable hits, such as “Miss Me,” “Forever,” “Money to Blow” and many more.

Check out Bryant’s full interview below.

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