Lil Wayne - D’usse

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Lee Majors
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Either Lil Wayne just bought some stock in D’usse or he simply felt like upping the status of Jay Z’ signature cognac brand, but either way, the name will now forever be associated with one of the rawest Lil Wayne songs to ever drop; and that’s really saying something. First Believe Me and now this? Weezy’s sounding like he wants that Best Alive title again, and if he sounds like this on his upcoming Carter V album (which this song will reportedly not be on), he may just grab it.

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