A refreshing remake of the sound that put Cash Money on the national map, Fresh borrows elements of DJ Jimi’s 1992 regional bounce hit “Where Dey At” on the hook. Over traditional, bounce music-infused production, Weezy raps in melodic, chanted rhymes:
“Yeah, just a watch and a mink coat/Even my biatch got a mink coat, yeah/Her pink purse match her pink clothes/When you hoes knock, we dont check the peephole, yeah/Just a watch and a mink coat/Say she love me long time like Kelis hoe, yeah/Her pink purse match the makeup/And when the water get too hot, I got a Steamboat/Tell my doctor “No prescribe, no placebo”/I’m cooking up, crack house like a Bistro/Everybody pour a 5, Carter cinco,” he raps.
A few weeks ago, Tunechi announced during an interview on skateboarding podcast The Nine Club that he will be dropping a new project titled Funeral soon, although he wasn’t specific to whether or not it will be a mixtape, album or EP.
Weezy says that he doesn’t have a release date for the project at this time but he did say that he has “a bunch of good news coming soon.
“I know we’ve been going through a lot of tough times right now, but if you are a Wayne fan, we’re about to hold our heads high soon,” he said.
Check out the announcement around the 56:20 mark.