Lil Wayne's "Young Moola, baby" shriek seems nearly ubiquitous on pop and rap radio, but here's a reminder that there's still land left to conquer: He's finally teamed up with a Jonas Brother. Namely, Weezy's hopped on the remix "Just in Love," the second single from Joe Jonas' forthcoming solo album "Fastlife," which was produced and co-written by Rob Knox and James Fauntleroy, who have also handled tracks for Ciara and Justin Timberlake.
With 18 weeks on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, including seven nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1, Kelly Rowland’s breathless pillow-talk ballad “Motivation,” featuring Lil Wayne, is undeniably one of the summer’s best songs and biggest hits.
For European dance music producers looking to broaden their audience in the United States, it's hard to beat a Drake remix. The platinum-selling rap superstar is known for hopping on songs by artists that fall far outside the confines of rap-Lykke Li, Jamie xx, Jai Paul-and expanding their reach.