In anticipation of Super Bowl XLV, Lil Wayne remixes Wiz Khalifa's breakout single "Black and Yellow" and dedicates it to his idol team, the Green Bay Packers. Weezy re-names the revamped track after signature colors of the football team, "Green and Yellow".
"This ain't a diss song," the rap mogul kicks in. "Pittsburgh Steelers, thats nothin'/ That Super Bowl ring, thats stuntin'." He continues spitting his verses, "Got a call from my homie, this just in/ The Packers in the Super Bowl and they better win."
Weezy went on, "They call him Big Ben, but he weak though/ We in Dallas, but we Lambeau Leap hoe/ Long hair, don't care, Clay Matthews/ We sh*ttin' on these fools, no bathroom/ Yeah, got a pocket full of big faces/ Throw it up, touchdown on Ike Taylor."
The Green Bay Packers will face off the Pittsburgh Steelers when the Super Bowl is held on February 6. Clay plays for the Packers, while Ben Roethlisberger and Ike play for the Steelers. Taking place at Cowboys Stadium in North Texas, the NFL game will also see performances from Lea Michele, Christina Aguilera and Black Eyed Peas.
The "Glee" star is going to sing "America the Beautiful", the "Burlesque" actress will perform the National Anthem, and the Hip-Hop group are going to take the stage during the halftime show. Maroon 5 are also announced as a musical guest during the pre-game festivities, singing "Never Gonna Leave This Bed".
Most recent news suggested Usher and Slash are going to perform at the halftime show as well. Although it is yet to be confirmed, Usher and the former Guns N' Roses member seem to fit the list just fine since they have connection with BEP. Usher has joined forces with will.i.am in his single "OMG", and Slash has made a duet with Stacy Ferguson in "Beautiful Dangerous".