Lil’ Wayne - Gossip

Posted 8 years ago
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Carter III

After a flurry of leaked material spread through the Internet like wild fires in Southern California, the self-proclaimed “Mr. Hip-Hop” (otherwise known as Lil’ Wayne) has yet to reveal whether any of it will actually be placed on the highly-anticipated, Carter III.  With a flimsy December 18th release date, Cash Money and Universal Motown would be expected to begin pushing an actual single to radio.  However, with no such song yet available (most likely pointing to a 2008 release), Wayne has dropped the studio version of his BET Awards-performed, Gossip.  The song, both powerful and ironic, has Wayne rapping over an underlying heart monitor which flat lines when a break is taken between verses.  50 Cent called Wayne a “whore,” but if he keeps rap alive, we’ll all keep talking!

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