Lil Wayne ft. Drake & Future - Love Me

Posted 3 years ago
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Mike WiLL Made It
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When Lil Wayne‘s No Worries was “officially” released as a single in early September, nobody at The DJBooth believed that the Detail-produced and assisted single would help catapult the hitmaker’s I Am Not a Human Being II onto store shelves before the Christmas holiday.  However, despite the album’s eventual delay, and rescheduling for a date in February, No Worries broke through and has charted in the Top 40.  Hoping to ride that momentum for the next seven weeks, the Young Money boss has unleashed the project’s latest single, the Mike WiLL Made It-produced B*tches Love Me.  The formulaic club banger finds Weezy and friends talking about why women want them and what they do to entice their female fans to love them some rapper. Guests Drake and Future are both relegated to hook duty, each taking a turn to provide insight as to why exactly b*tches love them. Stop me if you’ve read that description once or twice before. B*tches Love Me is available for a (we assume) limited time download through Wayne’s Topspin account (see link above).  I Am Not a Human Being II is scheduled for release February 19.

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