Lil Wayne Recruits Young Thug For New Single ‘Bless’

Lil Wayne Recruits Young Thug For New Single ‘Bless’

Lil Wayne and Young Thug have partnered to release a new song entitled “Bless,” with guitars by Dwayne Carter and produced by Wheezy via Young Money Records/Republic Records.

The simple yet melodic instrumentals are met by Wayne and Thug’s reputable delivery, proving yet again that they continue to make a great duo. Wayne continues to elevate his musical repertoire by showcasing his guitar skills with a solo to wrap up the song.

On the track, Wayne raps, “Family over conflict, family over nonsensе/ Family on some mob shit, kill a n___a over five cеnts.” The track also gives fans a first look into the Weezy vs. Wheezy mixtape, which has yet to receive a release date.

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Most recently, Wayne made a special appearance on WWE Monday Night Raw this past week alongside Jey Uso, announcing the new single. This Saturday, Wayne will be performing “Bless” for the first time at WrestleMania XL.

Fans will also be able to catch the artist hopefully performing the song at the 2024 installment of “The Roots Picnic,” proudly presented by The Roots and Live Nation Urban. The two-day festival returns to its home of The Mann in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia on Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2. Headliners include Weezy, Jill Scott, and Nas.

Lil Wayne will be backed by The Roots, and together they will deliver a set highlighted by decades of definitive hits and an immersive celebration of Weezy’s multi-cultural hometown New Orleans which will include special guests PJ Morton and Trombone Shorty.

Other artists set to perform include Victoria Monét, André 3000 in support of his acclaimed solo debut, New Blue Sun, Gunna, Sexyy Red, Tyla, SminoBabyface, Adam Blackstone featuring Fantasia & Muni Long, Cam’ron, WaleRobert Glasper featuring Yebba, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and more.

Buy or stream Lil Wayne and Young Thug’s “Bless.”

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