Listen To The Alternate Version Of Fat Joe & Lil Wayne's "Heavenly Father" You Were Never Meant To Hear
Lil Wayne goes solo in the version of Fat Joe's "Heavenly Father" that was never meant to surface.
Back in 2010, Fat Joe and Lil Wayne collaborated on a song called "Heavenly Father," which was produced by Miami beat maker Streetrunner off Joey Crack's album The Darkside Vol. 1. Track 11 off Joe's tenth solo studio album contains a sample from one of Wayne's earlier records called "Pray To The Lord," which Streetrunner also produced and recently revamped. Over the weekend, Streetrunner dropped Wayne's solo version of "Heavenly Father" that remained in the vault up until now.
"'Heavenly Father' is a alternate version to 'Pray To The Lord,'" Streetrunner said on his Soundcloud page. "I produced this version to give the song more of a epic feel. The 'Heavenly Father' track with just the hook featuring Lil Wayne later went on to become a Fat Joe song on The Darkside Vol. 1 album titled 'Heavenly Father.'"
Recently, the Miami based producer has been dropping off different versions of his past collaborations with Wayne like "RappaPomPom" featuring Juinor Reid and "Do It Again." Now, nearly six years to the day of the release of Joe's album, Streetrunner decided to reveal Wayne's solo rendition of "Heavenly Father" that never saw the light of day. Listen the mixed and mastered solo version of the track below.