Lil Wayne Goes ‘Cuckoo’ In New Video for ‘Krazy': Watch
By Shannon Carlin
Lil Wayne finds himself in the mental house in his new video for “Krazy.”
The clip for the Tha Carter V track has Wayne channeling the 1962 Ken Kesey novel, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. But Weezy seems to be trying to outdo Jack Nicholson, who starred in the 1975 film.
On the song, Wayne pumps up his bad boy rep, shouting out his friends on Rikers Island who are playing Uno and promoting the “live fast, die young and leave a beautiful corpse” lifestyle, all while being strapped into a straightjacket. Krazy indeed.
Watch the clip, via MTV, below.
Wayne is currently on tour with Drake and even dropped a new Drizzy-assisted track “Grindin'” on Friday to celebrate the joint tour’s kick off. The two debuted the track live that same night in Darien Center, NY.
They also debuted their new Street Fighter-inspired app, where fans can pit the two rappers against each other. On Friday night, it was Wayne who kicked off the night, and later won the battle rap after more fans voted for him.
But for fans that still aren’t really show how the app works, they’ve released an informative video that has Drake doing much of the talking while Wayne searches for a missing lighter.
Watch the clip below.