Grammy-winning rappers Lil Wayne and Eminem will unite to create a music video for their Rebirth collaboration track, "Drop The World."
According to details found online, the shoot will take place this weekend.
Lil Wayne featuring Eminem: Music Video. Producer: Megan Gutman Director: Chris Robinson Casting Director: Randy Donaldson Shoot/Call Date: 1/31 Pay Rate: $100/10 Location: Los Angeles [MOSH CROWD - EXTRAS] Looking for young people for a riot/mosh scene. Must be willing to mosh and/or run around city streets. (Rap Radar)
A final tracklisting for Wayne's Rebirth has also landed online.
1. American Star feat. Shanell aka SNL 2. Prom Queen feat. Shanell aka SNL 3. Ground Zero 4. Da Da Da 5. Paradice 6. Get A Life 7. On Fire 8. Drop The World feat. Eminem 9. Runnin feat. Shanell aka SNL 10. One Way Trip feat. Kevin Rudolf 11. Knockout f. Nicki Minaj 12. The Price Is Wrong DELUXE VERSION INCLUDES: 14. I'll Die For You 14. I'm So Over You featuring Shanell aka SNL (Karen Civil)
Wayne scheduled time to shoot music videos for Shawty Lo and Playaz Circle this week.
"Lil Wayne and rapper Shawty Lo will be shooting a music video in Atlanta on Monday. The video is for a song featuring Lil Wayne off of Shawty Lo's upcoming album" a source told NewLilWayne.com. "Lil Wayne will also be shooting another music video the following day with Birdman and Playaz Circle for the record "Big Dawg" off of Playaz Circle's current album Flight 360: The Takeoff." (New Lil Wayne)
The rapper is set to begin his speculated one-year jail sentence for gun possessoin in a couple weeks.
Come 2010, Lil Wayne will have to face the music. The rap superstar appeared in court for a brief appearance this morning (December 15) where a judge set a February 9 sentencing date regarding his New York gun possession case. XXLMag.com confirmed with his attorney, Stacey Richman, that not only will Weezy be officially sentenced, but he is also scheduled to surrender himself to authorities and be shipped off to prison on that same day. He is expected to face 366 days behind bars.