92% of the time, Young Money isn’t going to deliver any sort of true introspection or deep thought for a single. With Birdman on the track, such a percentage creeps up around the 99.9999999 percentile.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that because there isn’t and it’s not like Stunna hasn’t stumbled upon many a hit records using the same formula we see today. Slim’s brother tries his hand at “Tapout,” featuring guest verses from YMCMB kin Mack Maine, Nicki Minaj and his son, Junior. Weezy is morphing into a 2013 Ruth Westheimer because dude is rapping about sex at a blinding rate and appears to be stopping no time soon. It’s all good when it works, as it does here and on “Love Me.”
From there, Future Vandross plays conductor leading the way for Stunna, Mack and Nick to offer their own takes on what a Grade-A sex game can produce. Strip club ready? Absolutely.
Birdman Ft. Lil Wayne, Future, Mack Maine & Nicki Minaj – “Tapout”