Lil Wayne Drops "Cameras" Video f/ Allan Cubas
Following the long-overdue streaming release of 'Sorry 4 the Wait,' Lil Wayne dropped a video for his Allan Cubas collab off the mixtape's reissue, “Cameras."
Following the long-overdue streaming release of Sorry 4 the Wait, Lil Wayne has dropped a video for his Allan Cubas collab “Cameras.”
One of four new songs on the mixtape’s recent reissue, the Pi’erre Bourne-produced track has gotten a simple but stylish visual. Featuring plenty of golden hour shots, it’s just as direct as Weezy’s rapidly delivered verses.
The rerelease of Sorry 4 the Wait comes over a decade since its initial release leading up to Tha Carter IV. The tape saw the rapper tackle some of the most popular tracks of 2011, including Drake’s “Marvin’s Room” and Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” The streaming availability comes as part of an extensive effort from Wayne’s team to get his entire mixtape catalog on mainstream platforms, as the rapper’s long-time manager Cortez Bryant revealed back in 2020.
"We want everyone to hear [or have them] discover [his mixtapes]," he told Fake Shore Drive's Andrew Barber. "At least that’s where everybody listens to music, so they’re not forced to go into their iTunes catalogs from back in the day of what they downloaded. We want to make sure it’s at their fingertips on streaming platforms.”
Shortly after the arrival of Sorry 4 the Wait on Spotify and other services, Wayne indicated he’s looking to settle down. “I need a wife man I’m getting too wealthy,” Weezy wrote on Twitter last month. He hinted before that he had actually gotten married, but he later confirmed he hadn’t, after Nicki Minaj congratulated him.
Watch Lil Wayne’s “Cameras” featuring Allan Cubas above.