Lil Wayne is in a generous mood.
The cut is called “Bloody Mary” and is assisted by Wayne’s good friend and frequent collaborator Juelz Santana. The Dipset rapper kicks things off with a killer verse over a fast-paced version of 2Pac’s “Hail Mary” beat.
“I'm like Steph at the freethrow / That piece blow, I never miss / Taught your girl how to whip the girl, now she a lesbian,” Juelz raps. “You can level up, still won’t be on my level then/ It’s level 10.”
Dedication 6: Reloaded will also include the previously released “Family Feud” freestyle with Drake. Wayne shared the project’s cover art on social media less than month ago; however, he has yet to announce an official release date.
While we hold our breath for more details, you can listen to “Bloody Mary” above.
The record arrives shortly after Juelz teased the release of his and Wayne’s long-awaited album, I Can’t Feel My Face. Though the project was announced about a decade ago, it has never seen the light of day. Juelz addressed the long delay in a 2010 interview with VladTV, explaining politics played a huge role in the matter.
“The industry is a very political business,” Juelz said. “You know, when you’re dealing with politics, a lot goes on. If you look, T-Pain and Lil Wayne’s album didn’t come out. T-Wayne. So, it was nothing between me and Wayne. Wayne is my brother, shoutout to Weezy.”