Go Pack go.
Lil Wayne is readying another theme song to celebrate his beloved Green Bay Packers and their playoff run. During his appearance on “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed,” the Packers superfan said that recording the hype track was a labor of love.
“I put a lot of time into it. I worked on it for three days too,” he said. “I don’t do that.”
He hopes the song will provide Aaron Rodgers and his team with the motivation they need to bring it home. “I want them to hear it and be ready to run through a wall,” said Wayne, noting that he and Packers coach Matt [LaFleur] “been cool.”
The New Orleans native revealed that he became a Packers fan when the team played and won the 1997 Super Bowl in his hometown. Wayne’s late father attended the Super Bowl and came home with tons of Packers merch. “From that moment on, I was a Green Bay Packers fan,” said Weezy.
This is the second time Tunechi has dedicated a song to the Packers. To celebrate the team’s last Super Bowl championship in 2011, he dropped “Green & Yellow,” a remix to Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow.”
A decade later, Wayne is hoping for another Super Bowl win. “If that confetti ain’t green and yellow coming down that night, something ain’t right. It’s gonna be hard for me for real,” he said.
Weezy’s new Packers anthem is set to drop tonight at 8:45 p.m. EST.