Lil Wayne ‘My Homies Still': Big Sean Fraternizes With the ‘Enemy’ on New Song
Lil Wayne and Big Sean may be on opposite sides of the current hip-hop beef between the G.O.O.D. Music regime and the Young Money camp but that hasn't stopped them from releasing a record they both united on. The New Orleans native collaborated with the Finally Famous creator on "My Homies Still," a song set to be featured on Wayne's forthcoming I Am Not A Human Being Pt. 2 LP.
The song was reportedly recorded before G.O.O.D. Music rhymer Pusha T released his new song "Exodus 23:1," which seemingly has the former Clipse member taking jabs at Wayne and Drake. As a result of the diss track, the Young Money head honcho took to Twitter to blast his enemy, stating, "Fuck Pusha T."
The song, obtained by DiverseHipHop.com as a radio rip, features Wayne and Sean spitting wild verses.
"I gotta put that patch over my third eye, Slick Rick/ Trukfit T-shirt, talk second, skeet first/ Boy, your girl a jumpoff, I hope she land feet first," Weezy rhymes. Sean delivers his signature "Boy!" chant and gives his fellow MC a shout with, "Lookin' like Eazy-E, it's just me and Lil' Weezy We."
"My Homies Still" was produced by StreetRunner & Sarom.