Lil Wayne Shut Down Red Bull Guest House in Miami

Weezy headlined a Young Money party, where he said next month he'll release his "Free Weezy Album."
Lil Wayne Performs at Red Bull Guest House in Miami
Lil Wayne at Red Bull Guest House © Robert Snow/Red Bull Content Pool
By Elliott Sharp

Saturday was the most anticipated day of Red Bull Guest House 2015. Why? Because Lil Wayne, that's why.

Wayne came and, yes, he totally conquered. He also dropped some hints about his upcoming release, "Free Weezy Album."

The Grammy Award-winning rapper was the highlight of the Saturday showcase curated by Wayne's Young Money label. It happened at South Beach's Sagamore, The Art Hotel, the site of this year's weekend-long Guest House party.

Earlier in the day, there were poolside performances and DJ sets by NOLA bounce producer Mannie Fresh, Roots drummer Questlove and Kanye West producer Hudson Mohawke. Then Wayne took the stage.

Wayne's performance, which was livestreamed via Red Bull Music Academy Radio, included his songs "I'm Going In," "Ms. Officer," "We Be Steady Mobbin" and "No Worries." He also did his verse from Nicki Minaj's "Only."

During his short set, he mentioned that next month he will release his mysterious "Free Weezy Album," which he has also been promoting through the #FWA hashtag on his new Instagram account. If it does in fact drop, it will be Wayne's second project released in 2015, following "Sorry 4 The Wait 2" in January.

Wayne is scheduled to be interviewed live Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET via RBMA Radio. Maybe he'll drop some hints about the new album. Listen here.

So far at Guest House, which began Thursday, there have been sets by Guy Gerber, Chromeo, Duke Dumont, Boys Noize, Destructo, Claude Von Stroke and more. The party continues Saturday night and Sunday, with appearances by Kygo, Thomas Jack, The Magician, Sam Feldt and Pete Tong.

For more action from Guest House, keep your eyes on Red Bull Music.

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