Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne‘s antiicpated first post-jail song, “Fire Flame” remix, has finally hit the Internet and shows the Young Money star at the top of his game alongside Baby.
On the track, Wayne directly references completing his time behind bars and what the future now holds for him.
The track, which previously leaked online without Weezy’s rhymes, was posted on Cash Money affiliate DJ Khaled‘s We the Best TV blog Monday afternoon (November 15). The Miami-based radio jock alerted the world to Wayne’s lyrical return via Twitter. “Fresh off my bid, b*tch, it’s Lil Tunechi,” Weezy spits over the synth-heavy number; last week, pictures of Wayne’s return to the recording booth emerged from his confidant/videographer DJ Scoob Doo. “I’m so relaxed, my Gucci flats ain’t got a scratch,” he later continued. “And if you got problems with it, well, I will fix them cataracts/ They say it cost to be the boss, I paid the price including tax/B*tch, I’m a fire-flame spitter, and to me you n—as wax.” (MTV)
Prior to the release, Wayne’s videographer DJ Scoob Doo proclaimed the track’s greatness.
Lil Wayne is out of jail, and as we predicted, it didn’t take long for him to get back into the studio. Lil Wayne said he’d be chock full of material following his visit to Rikers Island, and he’s delivering already. Less than two weeks after Lil Wayne’s release, the rapper was back in the studio, and delivered a track that DJ Scoob Doo called “A 2010 Version Of A Milli..But On Steroids.” (Bloginity)
Young Money President Mack Maine also recently hinted at Wayne being in the studio.
Mack Maine, president of Lil Wayne’s record label Young Money Entertainment, tweeted on Tuesday that Wayne had hit the studio for the first time since Rikers to record a verse. “It’s official Wayne laid his 1st verse!!!!! Torture!!!!,” he wrote. (Herald Sun)
Prior to Wayne’s release from jail earlier this month, Cash Money Records’ Baby discussed how jail has changed the rapper.
“Lil Wayne is writing furiously in anticipation of his post-prison return to Hip-Hop, family and the free world. “He hasn’t written out rhymes since the Hot Boys,” Birdman told Rolling Stone in the November edition of the magazine. “There’s a different swagger coming from Wayne, different things to talk about.” (All Hip Hop)
Check out the “Fire Flame” remix down below: