Lil' Wayne & Lloyd To Drop Best Of Both Worlds Album?

R&B star Lloyd recently revealed that he and New Orleans native Lil' Wayne are considering recording an album together. The two previously joined forces on Lloyd's hit song "You," which helped propel his 2007 album Street Love to certified gold status.

In a recent interview with Rhapsody Lloyd shared news that the two will be joining forces again on his upcoming album, and while they were recording the new song he says the two talked of a possible joint album.

"So I come out the booth," Lloyd told Rhapsody of the studio experience. "Weezy go in and do about 38 bars. The beat cuts off and he's still rapping. He's just killing it and I'm saying to myself, 'Oh this dude is incredible. I gotta work with this dude for real.' And from there, we started our relationship. We've even talked about doing an album together and calling it Best of Young Worlds."

When reminded that Omarion and Bow Wow recently teamed on a similar concept, Lloyd was careful to distinguish a difference between Face Off and the potential Best of Young Worlds project.

"Lloyd and Lil' Wayne is a different kind of intensity from Bow Wow and Omarion," Lloyd said. "We appeal to a much older crowd, and we a little bit more hardcore with our style. But yeah, we definitely thinking about it."

Lloyd recently released the first single from his as yet untitled new album, "How We Do It In The A," which features Ludacris. Lloyd also mentioned collaborating with Snoop Dogg and Fabolous for another cut off the album, while Nelly joins him on a Polow Da Don-produced track.

Usher's younger brother, producer J-Lack, who tracked "Get It Shawty," the second single on Street Love, has also returned to help Lloyd's third effort; as have "You" songwriter/producers Jasper Cameron and Big Reese.

A release date for the new project has not been announced.