Back when he was still known as Tity Boi, Lil Wayne hopped on "Duffle Bag Boy" and helped the rapper and his Playaz Circle group score a minor hit. Nine years later, Wayne is still on top of the hip-hop world and Tity Boi has transformed into a star in his own right as 2 Chainz. On Monday, Feb. 15 the two will reunite on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon stage and rumors are swirling that they will be performing cuts from their joint project ColleGrove

LilWayneHQ.com claims that the two "will be introducing their joint project, Collegrove, to a national television audience." The Fallon website states that "Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz's latest single is called 'Rolls Royce Weather Everyday,'" which could hint at the release of their new song.

Chainz announced ColleGrove while appearing on the RapRadar podcast. "I got ColleGrove that I’m working on, that’s the me and Wayne project. That’ll be out sooner than people think.”

The "I'm Different" rapper previewed music from the collaboration while hosting the 6th annual Street Execs Charity Concert in December.

“I’m from Georgia nigga, (I’m from Louisiana)/I got a bunch of pistols (I got a bunch of ammo)/I’m from Atlanta, Tony Montana/I done made a mil, Dabbin Santa" the two southern patriarchs rap on an untitled track.

The project does not have a release date at the moment, but a public performance will certainly get the ball rolling on a rollout. Tune into Fallon on Monday to hear more.

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