Back in December, Lil Wayne announced an intimate fan appreciation tour appropriately dubbed I Ain't Sh*t Without You. The event, presented in partnership with TIDAL and Sprint, made stops in Houston, Atlanta, Washington D.C., and Chicago—all of which were selected based on fan votes.
More than a month after the trek concluded, Wayne and TIDAL have released a short documentary that provides a behind-the-scenes look at the tour. The 11-and-a-half-minute film features performance footage, interviews with concert-goers, and some words from Weezy, who reiterates his love for his fan base as well as the significance of each tour stop.
"I ain’t sh*t without my fans—plain and simple," Weezy says in the documentary. "I'm an artist that got big off of putting out free music. I started putting mixtapes out, that's how I always did it … just giving out free music. I always wanted to be heard, and you listen."
As part of the tour, Wayne and TIDAL donated $90,000 to the 1Million Project Foundation, which aims to provide reliable internet access to 1 million high school students across the nation.
TIDAL subscribers can watch the I Ain't Sh*t Without You Tour documentary above.
Wayne is gearing up to perform at the third annual Broccoli City Festival in Maryland. The event, which will go down April 26-27, will include performances by Childish Gambino, Teyana Taylor, 6lack, Ella Mai, and City Girls.