Sango is often cast as a peripheral character within the realm of hip-hop, but in the spirit of Weezy's fifth Carter awakening, the producer wasn't about to be left out in the cold. His latest SoundCloud offering "Thank You Weezy" is a soundboard of memorable Lil Wayne limericks (not too many) over hard-hitting drums, pitch-rendered vocal samples, brought down to a "chewable" size.
The repetition of Weezy's Doogie Howser-inspired line about fellatio spans two-to-six distinct instrumentals, the most imposing of which is an untouched loop of 9th Wonder's "Lovin' It" made famous by Little Brother, and subsequently covered by Wayne on his Dedication series.
The 2nd half of the smorgasbord is composed of similarly contusive breaks and producorial trick shots, filtered through a single vocal sample, cut from Lil Wayne's "Cannon" off Dedication 2, a record some credit with taking Weezy to yet another plateau of Godliness. Sango appreciates Weezy, and so should you.
Them boys pussy, born without a backbone
And if you strapped we can trade like the Dow Jones
Wet em up, I hope he got his towel on
I aim at your moon and get my howl on
Some n****s cry wolf, I'm on that dry kush
And when it come to that paper I stack books
You heard what I said.
-Lil Wayne on "Cannon"