Just before the official clip for the rapper's latest single from his latest LP "Tha Carter III" is outed, a sneak preview of the video shoot streamed.
Before premiering the new music video for his latest single "Got Money", taken from his latest LP "Tha Carter III", Lil Wayne gives his fans a sneak preview of the video through a behind the set clip that has streamed earlier this week. On the 52-second-long clip, Wayne himself introduces the condition on the set and reveals some stuffs about the video shoot.
Although there aren't many shots that revealed about the upcoming music video, that will also feature T-Pain, from the footages on the sneak preview it can be seen that the "Got Money" video will involve a plot about bank robbery and lots of money. Moreover, it looks like that Wayne himself will be acting as the bank robber, while T-Pain was seen singing on a stage and throwing lots of money around him.
The shooting for the music video itself has actually been taken since June 23 in Los Angeles and was directed by renown director Gil Green, who also teamed up with Wayne on "Lollipop". Beside, "Got Money" on the same day, the rapper reportedly also started the shooting of the video clip for "A Milli".
In other news, beside preparing to premiere his new music video, Wayne reportedly is setting himself to headline a special concert this year. The rapper has been tapped to be one of the headliners at the upcoming 2008 Voodoo Experience to be staged from October 24-26 at New Orleans' City Park.
Lil Wayne's behind the set clip of "Got Money" featuring T-Pain: