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Lil Wayne and Drake team up on new song 'Grindin' - listen

New track appears as Young Money rappers embark on joint 'Lil Wayne Vs Drake' US tour

Lil Wayne and Drake have teamed up on new song 'Grindin'. Click above to listen now.

The song comes as both rappers tour the US together in a live show which sees the pair battle each other during one segment of the show. An app can be downloaded prior to the performance which allows fans in the audience "help their favorite rapper 'power up' and impact their performances in real time."

The lucrative tour arrives amid reports that Lil Wayne is being sued for allegedly not playing private jet fees.

Aircraft rental company The Signature Group are asking for $1 million from the rapper – real name Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr – and Young Money Entertainment. The company recently released a 14-page statement that says the rapper "has to pay his bills like the rest of us".

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has denied reports that he is set to be managed by Lil Wayne, though representatives for the rapper's label maintain they are still set to work with the footballer. It was reported last month that Lil Wayne would represent the Real Madrid and Portugal player through his newly created sports management company.

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