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Oh word, Weezy? Weezy is so confident in his rapping abilities that he claims other rappers will want to hang up the mic after hearing one of his rhyme-heavy records onTha Carter IV.
The Young Money MC invited Rolling Stone to preview “Wayne’s World,” one of the songs expected to make his highly-anticipated album. “There’s a lot ofrapping on this,” shared Weezy. “I want other rappers to hear it and say, ‘I quit. I better start making club songs.’”
The magazine goes on to describe the track as “three machine-gunning minutes of adenoidal wordplay topped with a triumphant hook.”
Wayne recently revealed that the album has been completed and is slated for release on May 16. He has collaborated with Kanye West, T-Pain, Nicki Minaj, Drake, and Rick Ross, who appears on his new single “If I Die Today.”