Lil Wayne Teases "Don't Cry" Music Video
Lil Wayne is gearing up for another music video release. The rapper recently hopped on Twitter on Tuesday (Jan. 22) to share a preview of his upcoming video for his single "Don't Cry."
The 34-second trailer features Weezy lounging in both desert and glacial atmospheres. The camera also pans to a montage of video vixens before transitioning to a religious-inspired scene.
"Don't Cry" is included on Tunechi's latest project, Tha Carter V, which was released in 2018. The song features the late XXXTentacion, whom was killed in a drive-by shooting in June 2018.
Wayne and X never had the chance to meet prior to his death. Weezy was introduced to the artist's music through Mack Maine. "That was my big homie Mack’s idea. He came to New Orleans to do something for like a day or two, and he came back and said I have something I want you to hear. That was the first time hearing my mom on the song, so when he played that, then he played the song," Wayne revealed during his 2018 CRWN interview. "May he rest in peace... Y’all know I don't listen to nothing but myself cause I work too much, so I didn't know who XXXtentacion was. So Mack had to explain the whole story to me right then and there. I had to Google and all that and I found out, figured everything out. It was easy. It wasn't such a thing as yes or no, it was let me get my verses together."
The "Don't Cry" music video doesn't have an official release date at this time. Check out the teaser below.