Lil Wayne has reunited with Drake for “BB King Freestyle,” three years after the release of their first collaboration “Family Feud.”

“BB King Freestyle” is part of Wayne’s DJ Khaled-hosted mixtape No Ceilings 3, which arrived on Friday (November 27). The song sees Drake reflecting on his career and talking about the way people treat him as a superstar.

“I come with a lot of complications inside me/It’s always people misleadin’ me that’ll try and guide me/Everyone wants to try me, but no ones wants to buy me/Everyone wants to meet me, but no one wants to keep me/Everyone talkin’ lemons when everything is peachy/Everyone got they hands out, and it ain’t to reach me,” Drake raps.

The 20-track mixtape also includes collaborations with Young Thug, Cory Gunz, and Gudda Gudda.

Wayne, who released a new album Funeral in January, shared its deluxe edition in May.

Drake came out with his Dark Lane Demo Tapes in May. He also released a teaser earlier this year for his upcoming album Certified Lover Boy.

Recently, he earned three nominations at the 2021 Grammys – for Best Music Video for “Life Is Good” and Best Melodic Rap performance and Best Rap Song for “Laugh Now, Cry Later.”

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