Lil Wayne Starts a ‘Fire Flame’ With Birdman
It’s being pegged as Lil Wayne‘s first new music since serving his 8-month stint at Rikers Island. The New Orleans emcee contributes two verses on the new Birdman track ‘Fire Flame,’ which dropped Monday on DJ Khaled’s blog. Weezy confirms his post-prison contributions in his bars. “Fresh out from my bid, b—-, it’s Lil Tunechi,” he raps, opening the track. “I Lucille Ball, b—- I love Lucy/ If these n—as [are] dogs, I’m animal cruelty/ Don’t f— with me at all, ’cause I’m twisted like a Rubik’s … cube/ Oh my, look how the time has flown/ And they say time is of the essence, but what if their clock is wrong? But all my problems will be set and all my worries will be gone.”
Yesterday, TheBoomBox ran a story on Wayne’s videographer DJ Scoob Doo calling a new track “a 2010 Version of ‘A Milli’ …” and Birdman saying that Wayne was in “beast mode” when it came to recent studio sessions. There is no confirmation as to whether this is the track they were talking about, but it sure sounds like the beast has been unleashed. Check out ‘Fire Flame‘ after the jump.