Lil Wayne takes us down memory lane in the new music video for “Big Worm,” a cut from the deluxe edition of his Funeral album.
Wayne opted for a simplistic video to take fans back to some of his previous looks from his two-decades-long career, with help from some special effects. Between shots of his currently bleached dreads, the Young Money rapper brought back the braids, his short black dreads from 2004’s Tha Carter era, the shoulder-length dreads from 2005’s Tha Carter II days, and his long-haired, dark sunglasses aesthetic from 2008’s Tha Carter III.
The deluxe version of Funeral was released in June, featuring eight new tracks along with the original collaborations with Tory Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert, Conway The Machine, Benny The Butcher and more.
Last week, Weezy’s 2009 mixtape No Ceilings was made available to streaming services everywhere.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie recruited fellow Highbridge label mates Don Q and Trap Manny for the new single “Vroom Vroom.” In the video, the trio heads hit the beach with expensive cars, wads of cash, and women next to them.
Last month, A Boogie dropped a music video for “It’s Crazy,” featuring his daughter, Melody, followed by the visual for his Don Q and Lil Uzi Vert-assisted track, “Flood My Wrist.”
G-Eazy tapped rising rapper Mulatto for his new single, “Down.” The Reel Goats visual was inspired by the 1999 comedy Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, with G-Eazy working as a hotel bellboy. The film’s star, Rob Schneider, also makes an appearance in the video, along with Alabama rapper Flo Milli, Jordyn Woods, and viral sensation turned rapper Saucy Santana.
The “Down” video arrives just weeks after Mulatto’s major-label debut, Queen of Da Souf, from RCA Records.
By Rachel George
Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.