Don’t look now, but the soundtrack for Creed II is looking pretty epic so far. Over the last few days, the soundtrack’s executive producer, Mike Will Made-It, used a couple of Instagram posts to confirm that Lil Wayne and Rick Ross will appear on the forthcoming album.
Mike Will first teased the Weezy feature with an Instagram post this past Monday (Oct. 22). To make that reveal, he uploaded a screenshot of a text conversation he was having with Young Money rapper-exec Mack Maine.
“DWAYNE CARTER VOCALS ARE IN, AND ARE CURRENTLY BEING MIXED & MASTERED… CAN I GET AN AMEN, #CREEDIISOUNDTRACK,” Mike wrote as the caption of the Instagram post promoting the soundtrack for the Creedsequel.
Mike Will confirmed the Rozay appearance in an IG post earlier today. “PAINT A MEURAL OF MY FACE WHEN IM DECEASED WITH BEST,” Mike Will wrote in the caption for an image of himself and the God Forgives, I Don’t artist. “RICKY ROSÉ CONFIRMED ON THE #CREEDIISOUNDTRACK.”
With these revelations Creed II soundtrack, it’s already looking like it will definitely be a star-studded affair. Thus far, Nas, Kodak Black and YG have also been confirmed for the new project. Here’s to hoping we learn more about the soundtrack soon.
Creed II, which is a movie chronicling one boxer’s intergenerational grudge match with the son of the man who killed his father during a boxing match decades prior, opens in theaters on Nov. 21. The first film featured Michael B. Jordan.