In promotion along with his just lately launched Carter V album, Lil Wayne made his means by the CBS studios on Wednesday and served as a musical visitor on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert the place he carried out his standout music “Don’t Cry,” which he devoted to the music’s late characteristic, XXXTentacion.
Backed by some crimson flashing lights & a silhouette X’s face on the projector display screen behind him, Tunechi went on to carry out the hit report whereas rockin’ a giant fur coat, earlier than ending his efficiency with some phrases for X. “Triple extension on my motherfuckin’ afterlife/Rest in paradise,” he spit with a crimson and black signal within the background that reads “R.I.P XXXTentacion.”
The efficiency comes only a few days after Wayne introduced that he’ll seem on the soundtrack to Marvel’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which may even characteristic Ty Dolla $ign and XXX.
Watch Tunechi pay homage to XXXTentacion with final night time’s efficiency (under). Tha Carter V accessible now on iTunes.