Lil Wayne’s No Ceilings’ Mixtape is Released Now

Lil Wayne's No Ceilings' Mixtape is Released Now

After 11 years of anticipation, the butterfly is finally out of Cocoon as Lil Wayne releases ‘No Ceilings’. Selective 12 pieces out of 21 are now part of the Mixtape due to the use of instrumentals and clearing. The changes have been made as ‘Watch my Shoes’ to ‘shoes’, ‘banned from Tv’ to ‘banned’, Mario’s ‘break up’ to ‘broke up’. After admired and having reached a pedestal which most of the performers could just dream.
Lil Wayne effortlessly just plays cool as he releases the track on every major music playing apps like Spotify and Apple music. With a youtube view of 23,763 after just 10 hours of release.

After being asked by ESPN’s Michael Eaves on the updates for’ Tha Carter’ the star dropped hints on the homecoming of ‘No ceiling’ to fans worldwide. The rapper released No ceilings 1 in 2009, followed by No ceilings 2. And when everyone had their doubts the rapper dropped the track in August 2020, leaving music industry flabbergasted.

The tape which showcased in 2009 had the most sought after appearances of Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Birdman, Guda Guda, Short Dawg, Luci Lou, Mack Maine, and Shanell making it an over the top ‘Legendary track’.


Lil Wayne by the name of Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr also called Weezy is from L New Orleans, Louisiana, US. He grew up in an impoverished 17th ward where he came to attention and won notice for the albums Get it How U live (1997) and the artist was unstoppable and became a faint memory until today when No Ceiling 3 got on the net.
Even at the peak of his carrier Wayne never stopped dropping free music for his fans take it Weezy’s First No Ceilings mixtape. The star even got imprisoned once in possession of a loaded gun. And in 2010 February Weezy released the rock-influenced album Rebirth which wasn’t taken well. Followed by ‘I’m not a human being’ in jail-time. Well, definitely the star ain’t a human being despite all the circumstances his works were well received again.

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