Lil Wayne Speaks On Whether He’ll Drop A “No Ceilings” Tape Again


Lil Wayne has one of the vital legendary mixtape runs of all time, whether or not you’re Da Drought sequence, the Sorry 4 The Wait tapes, his basic Dedication tasks, or the No Ceilings installments. However, the sport could be very totally different to what it was when he exploded onto the scene. As such, the New Orleans legend thinks very in another way concerning the means of dropping mixtapes these days- and their viability as a complete. While on The Pivot Podcast, Weezy answered whether or not he’d be right down to drop one other tape within the No Ceilings sequence, which featured well-liked rap instrumentals of the time behind his bars. To put it bluntly, it appears unlikely, however his clarification paints a way more advanced image.

“The times changed,” Lil Wayne remarked to the hosts when requested about No Ceilings. “So what occurred is, again then, I may try this. Nowadays, if I try this, the instances have modified a lot to the place nothing is official so far as [dropping] an official album. They don’t try this. What occurred is, as quickly as we put that out, Drama may put [on] a complete occasion, it’s gon’ go down. As quickly because it drop, these artists are calling our folks like, ‘Aye, we want that to be a single.’

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Lil Wayne Responds To Question About No Ceilings‘ Next Installment

“Yeah, and ‘We don’t need no date,’” Lil Wayne continued. “They about to pull that off, pay how much you want to pay for it, boom, that’s the original new verse. Ain’t no such thing as a remix no more, so that’s all it really is. That’s their new single, we [might] shoot a video and everything. And that’s what takes the allure of what I was doing.”

Of course, contemplating the sample-based ideas of lots of his mixtapes, it’s comprehensible why the Young Money boss’ elevated standing makes that run a bit harder. The instances have modified certainly, and an artist of Wayne’s caliber isn’t anticipated to forego industrial alternatives for the sake of releasing music. That being mentioned, with a Benny The Butcher collab on the horizon, there’ll certainly be no scarcity of fantastic verses from Tunechi. On that notice, hold checking in with HNHH for the most recent information and updates on Lil Wayne.

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