It seems like Weezy is ready to work like it's the mid-'00s again. During a show in Phoenix at the end of last month, Wayne had the crowd chanting "Fuck the Birdman," and he then announced that he's ready to share two new albums (though we wouldn't be surprised if Bird got his hands on both of 'em). There haven't been any more details regarding either album's release, but Wayne has been able to drop off some new material to start the summer, including a new anthem dedicated to LeBron and the Cavs -- thus far, not so helpful -- and also a remix of Young Greatness' still-buzzing 2015 single "Moolah." Somewhat randomly, the latest Weezy raps have now surfaced in Connecticut, as he shows up next to CT rapper Dash Flash on "Click," which also features an artists known as Fre$h.
Not much is known about Dash Flash, though he's now got a Weezy single, so his prospects are looking good. "Click" will likely build some decent hype around Dash before the release of a collab he's recorded with Rich the Kid. Stay tuned for that.
Thoughts on the quality of Wayne's work lately? Remember, he's got a feature on YG's Still Brazy, which is sure to be colossal.
The game been hurtin', I'm the medicine
Ahead of them I aim then squirt at the rest of them