Lil Wayne Welcomes Porcelain Black to I Am Still Music Tour
Nicki Minaj and Shanell aren't the only ladies Lil Wayne is cosigning these days. The Young Money creator is also giving props to another femme fatale, however, she's more rock 'n roll than R&B or hip-hop.
Wayne's giving a nod to Porcelain Black, a Detroit native formerly recording under the name Porcelain and the Tramps. Fans of 'Tha Carter IV' performer are getting a taste of Black's music during the I Am Still Music tour, as she's currently opening for Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross on the scheduled dates.
The rocker, who glams it up with her platinum blond and black hairstyle and skin-tight outfits, previously landed on Virgin Records but is now crafting her debut album on 2101 Records/Universal Republic. The 25-year-old is working alongside RedOne, who's worked with the likes of Lady Gaga and Kat DeLuna, on the effort.
"My music is like if Britney Spears and Marilyn Manson f---ed and had a kid, it would be me," Black said in an interview. "'Cause it's like dance-pop, but it's industrial Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails."
Wayne gives support to Porcelain Black in the video for her new single, 'This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like.' The clip opens up with child versions of Black and Weezy confronting mean girls in the schoolyard. Black shows her bullies what she's currently working with as she struts her stuff in the library, cafeteria and gym, all while breaking into choreographed dance moves.