Cash Money’s Limp Bizkit and Lil Wayne have finally released the music video for their “Ready To Roll” collaboration and pack it with plenty of eye candy.
LB and Weezy F. Baby inject fun, women and more into the new five-minute music video.
Nearly 18 months after news broke that Fred Durst and Limp Bizkit had signed to Cash Money Records, the rock crew has released their video for their first single with the label, “Ready To Go.” The clip, which was directed by Durst, features the band performing live to a raucous crowd and clowning around on side streets, before labelmate Weezy swings through for a Rebirth-era rap-rock verse. (XXL Mag)
Back in March, Wayne and Durst’s “Ready To Go” joint effort premiered online.
Just a week after rumors began to swirl that the band would be touring stateside without DJ Lethal later this Spring, a new single from Limp Bizkit has found its way online. Streamed in its entirety for the first time since being teased over a year ago, “Ready To Go,” is the long-gestating single that features a guest appearance from Young Money mastermind Lil Wayne. The track is an all-out party rock song, and it often makes reference to the fact most rock music sucks these days. Then again, it follows this declaration with a guest verse from a hip hop megastar so…..yea. I don’t know what to make of that. (Under the Gun Review)
Initial plans were for their anthem to officially premiere online a year ago.
Fans will not have to wait long to hear what the odd future pairing of Limp Bizkit and the YMCMB crew will sound like. A spokesperson for the home of Drake and Nicki Minaj confirmed to MTV News on Friday (March 2) that the crew will release a single online next week called “Ready to Go” featuring verses from their new labelmate Lil Wayne. (MTV)
Cash Money boss Birdman previously stressed the importance of thier joint record gaining widespread attention.
“It’ll be a great way to let the world know that [the band] is a part of us,” says Williams. The Cash Money head says that Bizkit frontman Fred Durst joined Lil Wayne in Miami the week after the Grammy Awards to bang out the one-off single. “It’s rock, but it’s hip-hop-rock,” says Birdman. “I think we got that hip-hop-rock swagger.” (Billboard)
Check out the “Ready To Roll” music video: