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Lil Wayne Jumps Into Robin Thicke's 'Pretty Lil' Heart' and Shanell's 'So Good'

November 3, 2011 (4:29 am) GMT
Weezy shows off his softer side when joining forces with Robin in 'Pretty Lil' Heart' and gets fiery when teaming up with Shanell and Drake in 'So Good'.
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While preparing for his next studio album and a new compilation, continues to land a guest spot in other artists' works. Most recently, he lent his vocals in 's "Pretty Lil' Heart" and Shanell's "So Good".

"Love is in the air, I pray to god I do not suffer," Weezy opens "Pretty Lil' Heart" by half singing and half rapping. "She say she love me, I'm convinced/ don't need a rocker scientist to see that you and i are meant/ I meant to tell you, you the reason i smile more."

In the "So Good" song, Weezy shares a cameo spot with . Instead of showing his softer side like he does in the "Pretty Lil' Heart", the rap mogul spits some fiery lines. "Pull up on 'em b****es, Get out, walk/ Way to many h**s, like I play golf," he kicks in.

"Pretty Lil' Heart" is recorded for Robin Thicke's new studio album "". "So Good" is also expected to appear in Shanell's upcoming studio installment which is yet to be titled.

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