Download the track HERE. Hurry up, because I don’t know how long this link will be good for!
I’m loving all the work that was put into this cut. Nas, Marley, and Joss Stone all do their respective things beautifully. Lil Wayne has been on every-damn-thing for the last two years, but this is him really shining. Instead of heading off in some weird direction- as he is more than capable of doing- he subtly adds to the track, on theme, with a very tight verse.
All in all, an uplifting song that makes you wonder about the potential surrounding this album as a whole. Apparently, the people want to hear more, as this album is projected to sell over 50,000 copies in it’s first week. Awesome stuff.