Lil Wayne, one of the most polarizing figures in the hip-hop industry, has been featured on many songs since his release from prison. His own album, 'Tha Carter IV,' reached number one and had six successful singles. Regardless, he still receives a lot of criticism from many who say he's well past his prime. Yet, 'No Worries' may help drive Lil Wayne back to universal acclaim. The single is instrument-heavy, featuring catchy, repetitive beats along with strong and smooth lyrics from Wayne. In 'No Worries,' Wayne has once again re-invented the way he talks about sex, drugs, and violence. New rapper Detail, has an auto-tune influenced part in the chorus, although that is quickly overshadowed once Wayne comes back into the song with more rhymes.
'No Worries' is originally from Lil Wayne's 'Dedication 4' mixtape, which was just released last week. 'I Am Not a Human Being II,' is scheduled for release sometime this fall, and will also feature other rappers including Meek Mill, and Cory Gunz. Wayne performed the song to an enthusiastic crowd last week at the MTV Video Music Awards alongside 2 Chainz. You can hear the studio version of Wayne's latest on AOL Radio's New Hip-Hop First.