Lil Wayne Drops ‘Amazing Amy’ With Migos On ‘Sorry 4 The Wait 2’ – But Not On Official Lil Wayne VEVO YouTube Channel
After listening to the new Lil Wayne song titled “Amazing Amy,” which features Migos off of Lil Wayne’s new Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape, I still think “How to Love” off Tha Carter IV is my favorite song by the man, a track you can bump in your SUV and sing with your kids around. “Amazing Amy” is not that song, but “Amazing Amy” is certainly getting plenty of attention on January 25. The video titled Lil Wayne – Amazing Amy ft. Migos (Sorry 4 The Wait 2) on the Migos ATL YouTube channel has received more than 24,000 views the day after it was published, which was on January 24.
According to Hot New Hip Hop, their article titled “Lil Wayne – Amazing Amy Feat. Migos (Prod. By London On Da Track)” has received more than 80,000 views, greater than 250 comments and plenty of social shares with people chiming in about the new “Amazing Amy” track, with plenty of people giving “Amazing Amy” either lots of thumbs up or loads of thumbs down.
Curiously, as of this writing, the “Amazing Amy” song doesn’t appear on Lil Wayne’s official YouTube account, neither his VEVO, or his “Young Money” one. Other Lil Wayne songs, like the new “Fingers Hurting” song from Sorry 4 The Wait 2 — as reported by the Inquisitr — as well as others from the Lil Wayne full Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape album have appeared on his YouTube channel. Some tracks reflect their status as being an ode to drinking lean with codeine, and being “Drunk In Love” with Christina Milian, while songs like “Amazing Amy” are perhaps a claim to Amy’s prowess in bed? This reporter doesn’t fully know. It’s Sunday and “Amazing Amy” isn’t exactly the kind of song you want to bump too loudly on the Sabbath in front of mixed company.
Meanwhile, as Lil Wayne keeps releasing his creative tracks online for free, with those infectious “I’m sorry for the wait Amy” or “so sorry for the wait, n*33a” lyrics that get stuck in your head. Birdman is also listening to Lil Wayne songs like “Amazing Amy” and others, especially the ones that mention Birdman and Lil Wayne’s volatile relationship with Cash Money Records that has TMZ.com reporting that Baby won’t settle with Lil Wayne over the release of Tha Carter V. As a result, Lil Wayne could sue his lips-kissing mentor for $8 million.
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