Video Premiere: Lil Wayne's 'I'm Single'
A black and white music video for Lil Wayne's song "I'm Single" has been premiered Sunday, April 18 on MTV2's "Sucker Free Countdown". In the DJ Scoob Doo-directed clip, the rapper who is currently being locked behind the bars declares his single status.
"[Wayne's girl was mad that] he didn't make it home in time," Scoob told MTV about the storyline. "He stayed out all night. That's the idea I got with the song - it brought me back to watching the film 'A Thin Line Between Love and Hate'."
"Me growing up watching Martin [Lawrence], it was epic, it was a funny movie. I loved the cinematography in it. [Writing the script for the video], that was me being a fan of that movie and good music and putting it together."
"I'm Single" is taken from Lil Wayne's 2009 mixtape "No Ceilings".
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