After a gazillion pushbacks and continuous restrategizing on the label’s part, Lil Wayne’s Rebirth is finally home at your local retailer. However, after nearly 60 days of “availability,” it’s anyone interested at this point. Even after a a rousing performance at the Grammy Awards, the association of Rebirth and Weezy has relatively loose like his scruples. Which probably explains the reasoning for this track surfacing today.
Or this commercial spot from last weekend.
If this was 2008, Tha Carter III would have a nice promotional backing. But even after a music video and a high-profile guest spot, the rock project still remains an enigma to those who exist offline.
Shoulda dropped it alongside Young Money.
Hat tip: Buck Marley