Lil Wayne Drops ‘No Lie’ Freestyle, Delays ‘Dedication 4′ Mixtape
Lil Wayne was supposed to drop his Dedication 4 mixtape on Aug. 14, but he changed his mind at the last minute. What gives?
In a video that was posted on his Bread Over Bed website, the Young Money honcho explained that he didn’t want to interfere with the release of 2 Chainz‘s solo debut LP ‘Based On a T.R.U. Story,’ which was released on the same day. Isn’t that so nice of him?
“I know I was supposed to drop that ‘Dedication 4′ tonight — but listen, my homeboy 2 Chainz just dropped his album yesterday [August 14],” he said. “That’s my real, real, real good homeboy right there and I refuse to put any attention on me when the spotlight, everybody’s eyes, everybody’s attention and everybody’s focus should be on my n—a 2 Chainz’s album ‘Based On A T.R.U. Story.’”
“So therefore I ain’t giving you b—-es ‘Dedication 4′ yet,” he continues. “I’ma give it to ya’ll in another week or so. But I ain’t gonna lie, I ain’t finished that motherf—er. I’ve been skating and s—, falling and s— and all that type of s—, but I’ll give it to you like, next week. Stop trippin’ pimp.”
To hold fans over until he eventually does release his mixtape, Weezy let go his freestyle skills over 2 Chainz’s chart-topping hit ‘No Lie’ (featuring Drake). On the track, Wayne spits, “I am sippin’ on that lean / Don’t bring me no bottles h– / I make it rain so hard, flowers grow / Hollygrove.”
The two rappers share a storied history together. Lil Wayne appeared on ‘Duffle Bag Boy,’ a chart-topping 2007 song by Playaz Circle, a group featuring Chainz, who was orginally known back then as MC Tity Boi. Five years later, Lil Wayne appears on 2 Chainz’s album on a song called ‘Yuck.’ So now everything is coming full circle for Weezy and 2 Chainz.
Listen to the Lil Wayne’s Message and His ‘No Lie (Freestyle)’
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