It’s going to be a Funeral.
Not a literal one, of course, unless you’re talking about putting beats and lyrics into hearses. In a recent Q&A on radio station Q93 in New Orleans, Lil Wayne confirmed his long-awaited “Funeral” album - which is set to drop before the year is out!
“I’m not sure. I wouldn’t count it out (Tha Carter VI) but Funeral is my next album. I’ma be dropping that by the end of the year.”
Weezy further shares how far he’s come along on the forthcoming album: “You know how I work. My album’s always done; it just takes Mack to come in there and wrap up a couple songs and name them. That’s how it go around here. I work every day, so, it just takes them to come in and say Let me get these 20 songs. And they name them and then we go from there.”
It's been nearly ten years since Weezy debuted his first album, "The Block is Hot," and for the past decade the Young Money ringleader has not only put out quality material, expanded his legacy by aligning with fellow iconic artists such as Drake and Nicki Minaj, but he's had the Bling Bling on ice.
I know it's too early for a throwback but its the perfect segue into our favorite blinged out looks of Weezy.
Aside from the pattern clash, Weezy takes "statement piece" to a whole new level with this oversized, iced out pendant matched with a gold cuban link chain. And to top it off, he kept both pinkies on froze with a pair of silver diamond rings. And contrasts his diamond platinum watch with a few wooden beaded bracelets.
1 for the money, 2 for the show.
Now clap your hands if you got a bankroll.
When you can't decide on which chain to wear, you rock'em all.
From Drake's OVO pendant, a couple gold link chains, matched with a pinky ring, a few bracelets and a pair of shades, you can't go wrong. Looking to pull off this look? King Ice's 14K Gold Owl Necklace, with a couple gold chains and a pair (or 2) of our Gold Key or Gold Link Shades in Black, you, too, can be out here lookin' like young money.