The track likewise includes Young Money artists Jay Jones and Gudda.
Lil Wayne keeps on getting a charge out of a resurgence in hip jump following his freedom from Cash Money and ensuing compromise with Birdman. After at last releasing Tha Carter V in 2018, the New Orleans legend has come back to his elevated level Hip-Hop rap style, highlighting on tracks by Fat Joe, Rick Ross, XXXTentacion, Lil Baby, SiR, Tyga, Jack Harlow, and numerous others. He likewise released his thirteenth studio LP, Funeral, at the top of the year.
Today, Weezy frees a shiny new track named “Thug Life,” which highlights Young Money artists Jay Jones and Gudda. The track sees the three taking pride in an lyrical exercise, with Gudda offering bars to Weezy on the last section:
“Thug life, thug life, middle fingers up, livin’ thug life, traphouse jumpin’, got a lunch line, big body Benz, n***a plus size/
bad b***h let me f*** one time, bad b***h, I only f*** sometimes, I’m grindin’ baby girl to see the upside…/”
The track accompanies a visual courtesy of Ricky Willis and shows Lil Wayne with his Young Money camp at his skatepark, a topic for in excess of a couple of Wayne’s ongoing clips. Ideally, a release like this additionally implies fans will be hearing a greater amount of Wayne’s artists on wax pushing ahead.
As of late, Lil Wayne brought his eleventh studio LP Free Weezy Album to all streaming networks and uncovered an unreleased visual for that project’s lead single “Glory.” During two distinct scenes of his now exceptionally well known Young Money Radio series, not only did he and long-lasting artist/collaborator Nicki Minaj allude to a potential joint album, yet he likewise acknowledged Birdman’s solicitation to make a spin-off of 2006’s Like Father, Like Son. Basically, you can be certain that there’s plenty more music from Lil Wayne to show up soon.
In the meantime, you can press play on “Thug Life” below.
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