Lil Wayne Tha Carter V is officially out after years of anticipation. The rapper only gave fans a few days to prepare for his 23-track opus which dropped last Friday. While he's currently promoting the album, Wayne was recently spotted shooting a music video for one of the album's stand-out cuts.

Photographer and videographer, Prince Brown, took to Instagram to share some behind-the-scenes footage of Weezy's video shoot for the track, "Uproar." Wayne has yet to release a music video for any song off his latest album so it would appear as if "Uproar" will likely end up the first official single from the project. Weezy was seen alongside Swizz Beatz, who produced the song, and Instagram comedian Shiggy shooting the video in New York City last night. Wayne and Swizz are seen in front of a red-lit backdrop before Shiggy comes through and pulls off some slick dance moves.

Lil Wayne's "Uproar" sparked a viral dance challenge shortly after its release. Shiggy was one of the first people to share his "Uproar" challenge which might explain why he's in the music video. However, Shiggy did help Drake land the number one song in America for 10 weeks straight with "In My Feelings" and the viral challenge that he started in early July. Maybe, he'll land Weezy land another #1 record.