Junior Reid Collaborates With Lil Wayne On “RappaPomPom”

Junior Reid is no stranger to collaborate with big name rappers but this time the reggae veteran is on a track with Lil Wayne title “RappaPomPom.”

The single is a previously recorded unreleased song from around 2006 that was mastered and released by StreetRunner.

“I passed Wayne a beat cd at the studio and 15min later got the call to hold this track down,” StreetRunner said. “Wayne recorded this song and another off the same cd in less then 2 hours. At that point I knew he was going to be a beast!”

“Welcome to hell I let em burn / Momma told me don’t play with them choppas I never learn / I hold the tube tight & firm I don’t squirm / Killers hold court in the street court is adjourned / These ni**as sleeping, hope they keep it in they knapsack / Watch me while I’m creeping leave em leaking like a flap jack / Hustle all day like we eating on the last stack,” Weezy raps over a retro reggae flavored beat.

Listen the track below.

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