New Video: Wale x Lil Wayne “Running Back”

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Hours after the Patriots defeated the Falcons, Wale and Lil Wayne run for the end zone in this technicolored clip. Off Wale’s Shine, which is penciled in for later this year.

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  • Dakfreshcutt

    I’m liking this song man!!

  • el jim chapo guzman

    Why Goodell has chosen to try to cheat the Pats with these made up scandals and try to stop NE from playing in highly rated games, is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen in the business world.

  • Boujee

    Lil Wayne is a genius and the greatest rapper of his time and era. Well, every mainstream new school rapper, with the exception of J Cole, is a disciple of Lil Weezy. Drake, Kendrick Lamar (before he found his own sound in his albums, he was a mixtape rapper named K Dot that wanted to be just like Lil Wayne). Future, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan. Wayne pioneered Auto-Zune in rapping, and also that mumbling thing. Big sean, Chance the rapper (he influenced their punchlines). if youve heard waynes discography, youd notice he never keeps the same sound for too long. when he made his first 2 albums, he was caught up in the bling era sound, and had a higher, younger voice, and his rhyme schemes had little structure. everything from the Prefix mixtape to Tha Carter 2, was lil wayne growing into a more charismatic, structured, and overall skilled MC. the types of changes he was making are important. Future’s last 5 albums sounded different from each other. This doesnt mean he changed as a rapper. he just had some different sounding instrumentals. Lil wayne grew first as a rapper. after tha carter 2 was the change that truly made him a GOAT contender. the transition that brought him from great rapper to legend, was the release of his worst mixtape, dedication 3. He went outside the box, and tried autotune for the first time in rap. the result was awful. However, he stepped outside the box with this mixtape, and he never stepped back in. he went on to release the classic Carter 3, his magnum opus. It was great because it was different. It was extremely creative. he had a song called Let the beat build in which, as the title suggests, he raps on an unusually long track produced by Kanye West, with a new layer of the beat being added, also came a build in waynes flow. Dr Carter was Wayne playing a doctor and trying to revive a patient that was revealed at the end to be a metaphor for the rap game. many other concept songs like this are what sets Wayne apart. in short, wayne has all the criteria to be the GOAT. charisma, creativity, influence, worplay, versatility, longevity, technicality, wordplay, flow, multiple classics, you name it

    • Dakfreshcutt

      As much as I would like to disagree with you because you look like a mumble rapper, I can’t. Good points young fella. On another note- I’m liking this song man!!