The music video, which was shot early last month by director Colin Tilley, is scheduled to premiere in full on MTV on Monday, August 11.
Lil Wayne has let fans take a peek into his upcoming "Krazy" music video. On Friday, August 8, the rapper shared a brief preview showing him being dragged through what looks like a mental institution while wearing a strait jacket.
"This is the first video from 'Carter V'. It's not about anyone being crazy, although I guess some people think the things I do are crazy," Wayne has said of his new video. "I thought the idea of being in a strait-jacket would work for this song, so that's what we did."
"Krazy" will be featured in "Tha Carter V", Weezy's highly-anticipated album that's due out later this year. Its visuals was filmed in early July by director Colin Tilley and is scheduled to premiere in full on MTV on Monday, August 11.
On the same day he shared the video teaser, Wayne dropped a new collaboration with Drake called "Grindin' ". The duet arrived just hours before the first show of the duo's co-headlining tour started in Buffalo, New York.