Weezy‘s “Six Foot, Seven Foot” single from his upcoming Tha Carter IV album was released on iTunes last night! The song features Young Mula’s latest artist Cory Gunz, and you can view the official single cover above. As you can see, they have misspelled Cory‘s name and used a picture from the I Am Not A Human Being photo shoot. Anyways, please support our favorite artist and purchase the single on iTunes, which I’m sure will be #1 soon.
BONUS: After the jump, you can listen to what the producer of the single, Bangladesh, thinks about the record:
“It’s kind of similar to how we worked together for ‘A Milli’,” Bangladesh told MTV News on Wednesday (December 15). “I had ‘A Milli,’ knowing that the actual track was actually important. I had opportunities to sell it, but until I got it to Wayne at that time, who I wanted to get it to, I couldn’t sell it to anybody else. This time, I knew this beat was great like that, too. And I hadn’t really thought of sending it to him. I sent it to Atlantic Records executive Gee Roberson, and he works closely with Wayne and played it for him. That’s how it happened, really.”
“The overall wittiness is everything I was saying about ‘A Milli’ when it came to be,” the producer explained. “He freestyled ‘A Milli,’ and before it was big and before we knew what it was gonna do, we all had our opinions of it. A lot of people loved it, but me being the creator of the art, I didn’t see the vision that he had. I think he attacked it as a mixtape. And that was the genius of what he did and it became the biggest thing. The way he approached this one, was everything that I wanted him to do on ‘A Milli.’ I think he’s really focusing on every, every line. It’s like he’s writing. It’s different. It’s a whole ‘nother level of cleverness to it.” – MTV