Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz have been boys for more than a decade. So when they dropped ColleGrove, their first ever joint project, fans from ATL to Lil Weezyana were hype. After Chainz dropped "100 Joints," the duo comes together again for the "Gotta Lotta" visuals.

The rhymers are back together like another day on set as they turn up with red cups in hand and loud in their lungs on the simplistic set with a green backdrop. The Auto-Tune saturated track was first premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats 1 earlier this year. It's one of many bangers off ColleGrove.

It's dope to see that Tity Boi and Weezy are still pushing their joint effort, especially since they both are also focused on personal projects. On Thursday (May 26), Miami-based producer StreetRunner revealed a mastered version of  Lil Wayne's "RappaPomPom" featuring Junior Reid. Although the reggae-infused track was first recorded in 2006, a new verse from Wayne appeared on O.T. Genesis' "Cut It" remix dropped as well. Weezy is also still in midst of a $51 million lawsuit with Birdman and Cash Money, in efforts to finally drop Tha Carter V.

Meanwhile, Tity Boi is doing his thing too. He and Wayne appeared in Chance the Rapper's "No Problems," video, which dropped on Thursday. Chainz is also pushing his own new music. He recently linked up with DJ E Feezy to count his stacks on "Pocket Full of Money."

Check out Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz in the "Gotta Lotta" video above.

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