After announcing the track on Instagram last week, Ty Dolla brings us a stunning new track with Weezy and The Dream. “Love U Better” is a concoction of smooth RnB, eclectic EDM and intricate hip-hop. The instrumental is heavy and melodic at the same time and overall it’s a nice
And of course, Lil Wayne adds a slick feature as per usual to tie the entire track together. The two trade verses in between a Ty Dolla and The Dream chorus.
Playboi Carti‘s “Magnolia” has taken the summer by storm, captivating fans and haters alike with a hypnotic beat from Pi’erre Bourne. The track has singlehandedly elevated Pi’erre’s & Playboi Carti’s careers to the next level, and “Magnolia” has earned respect from both the older generation and the young bloods. Many have already shown love to “Magnolia,” expressing it through some exuberant dance moves or by straight up murdering the beat.
First, Weezy shared a snippet of his upcoming remix to Playboi Carti’s hit single “Magnolia” Tuesday evening, before he went ahead & shared a couple more snippets a few hours later. Unfortunately, no other information was revealed at this time like if these records are indeed off Dedication 6 or another upcoming project, but either way Weezy has new heat on the way, and it’s sounding pretty fire.
Lil’ Wayne took to social media to tease a few new tracks including a freestyle of Playboi Carti’s popular single “Magnolia.” Soon after many speculated the songs were off Weezy’s forthcoming Dedication 6 mixtape. Turns out the songs are a part of a surprise EP from Lil Tunechi called In Tune We Trust. Originally set to drop back in June, the project arrived on Wednesday afternoon (Jul. 5). The 4-track EP includes appearances by Jeezy, Mike WiLL Made-It, Gudda Gudda, and more.
Weezy was previewed yesterday, DJ Drama teased the upcoming mixtape Dedication 6 on his Snapchat account. As per, he says that the new music is coming soon, but not set release date/The wait for new music from Wayne has been a long and arduous one for fans. With the perpetually-delayed Tha Carter V, many die-hards had all but lost hope that new tracks were on the horizon.