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Lil Wayne’s New Single ‘Kant Nobody’ Music Video Out

With an official video for his new single, “Kant Nobody,” featuring DMX, Lil Wayne has reacted to his fans’ loud displeasure over his placement on Billboard/”50 VIBE’s Greatest Rappers of All Time.”

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Lil Wayne, who recently won the “Global Impact Award” at the 2023 Recording Academy Honors, has responded to the vocal disapproval of his fans over his inclusion on the list of the “50 Greatest Rappers of All Time” by releasing the official music video for his new single, “Kant Nobody,” which features DMX and was created by Swizz Beatz.

Clocking in just over three minutes, Lil Wayne incinerates the record, which features a classic freestyle from the late DMX who punctuates how the greatest rapper alive feels. The accompanying visual accompanying the track, directed by TAJ vs TAJ, features Lil Wayne and Swizz Beatz against nostalgic black and white imagery that exudes classic hip hop with a refreshing modern twist.

Wayne spoke on the Billboard/VIBE list, hip-hop competition, experimentation, skateboarding culture, and other topics on The Zane Lowe Show. Wayne responds to his ranking on the Billboard/VIBE chart by saying, “I can deal with that. I will tell you that I am a m___________g one. Everybody whose names you named, they also know I’m number one. Go ask ’em. They know what it is.”

Wayne discusses his artistic diversity later in the conversation, saying “The last tour I got off of was with blink-182…At the end of the day, I find myself at the Country Music Awards and I find myself doing tours with blink-182. There’s not a lot of rappers in this position who can do that or say they’ve done that.”

Fanatics of Weezy have had fantastic moments. Earlier this month, the multi-platinum, five-time Grammy Award-winning rap legend revealed his spring 2023 tour. Young Money, Rolling Loud, and Live Nation are the companies that are sponsoring the Welcome To Tha Carter Tour.

The 28-city tour kicks off on Tuesday, April 4 at The Fillmore in Minneapolis. Wayne’s run will make stops across the U.S. and Canada in Detroit, Toronto, Houston, and more before wrapping up in Los Angeles at The Wiltern on Saturday, May 13.

The announcement of the tour precedes The Recording Academy’s Black Music Collective pre-Grammy event, where Lil Wayne will be honored with the prestigious Global Impact Award for his illustrious individual and professional achievements in the field.

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