Imagine Dragons Get Lil Wayne for Official "Believer" Remix

But the Kentucky governor is not impressed by a "tired, has-been" like Lil Wayne
Imagine Dragons Get Lil Wayne for Official 'Believer' Remix
Last night (January 7), Lil Wayne and Imagine Dragons teamed up for a performance during the College Football Playoff National Championship halftime show. Now, they've treated their collaboration to an official release.

Imagine Dragons' ubiquitous single "Believer" has been expanded with some rapping from Weezy, who sounds right at home on the stomping, booming track. 

However, the live halftime performance of "Believer" didn't sit well with some people out there — including the governor of Kentucky.

"Way to ruin an entertaining [Imagine Dragons] half-time concert with the weird rantings of a tired, has-been like [Lil Wayne]," Gov. Matt Bevin tweeted. "One act still rising.... The other, not so much...." Surprisingly, this isn't the first time both parties have teamed up. That honourable distinction belongs to the Suicide Squad soundtrack

Listen below, where you'll also find a downright adorable set of videos where ID frontman Dan Reynolds speaks out against his haters despite a bad case of the hiccups.