Lil Wayne has long been solidified as a viable GOAT contender, staking a claim as the new millennium's most influential artist, bar none. Not only has Weezy paved the way for stylistic trends as well as musical ones, but he's also skilled enough to adapt to whatever might be demanded of him. When barring it up is required, he steps ably to the task. Today, Jozzy, the woman behind Billy Ray Cyrus' Maserati-laden "Old Town Road" verse, has enlisted Weezy to her righteous cause. Enter "Sucka Free," which taps Foreign Teck on production, with Lil Wayne holding it down for some guest vocals.
Jozzy sets it off, taking to the melodic instrumental with an autotuned verse, setting the foundation for Weezy's own sonic aesthetic. Lyrically, the song tackles the era of social media, and the fear that ensues when online and reality fail to match up convincingly. For his own contribution, he follows Jozzy's lead and then some, drenching his voice like his T-Wayne colleague and going for broke. Those hoping for bars on this one will likely prove disappointed, though "Sucka Free" does shine with a pristine glossy coat o' paint. Check it out now, and sound off below. Is this the one?
Good God, I fu*k your bitch from 9-5 then tell her "good job"
You a bystander baby, he just stood baby
She a skinny b*tch but in her pic, she look fine