August 19, 2010 14:03

Raekwon confirms Kanye West and Justin Bieber collaboration

Rapper says the three will 'make it pop'

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Raekwon has confirmed that he, Kanye West and Justin Bieber are set to collaborate on a new song.

The Wu Tang Clan member said that after West and Bieber conversed on Twitter about the possibility of hooking up as a trio, they had slammed out a plan and would make a new tune soon.

"It's definitely gonna happen," he told XXL magazine. "I'm big fans of both of these guys. I think, at the end of the day, shorty [Bieber] is a sensation. And [for him] to acknowledge me it makes me feel good that the young generation is checking me out like that."

He added: "Yeezy [West] called me and we going to make it pop. We're all doing our thing in the game and for them to even just have a conversation and just put my name in it feels good. And we're going to make a hit."

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