Teenage Chicago rapper Lil’ Mouse is having quite the week after being featured on Hip-Hop superstar Lil’ Wayne’s highly anticipated “Dedication 4” mixtape. The 13-year-old rapper’s controversial single “Get Smoked” was remixed by Wayne on track eight of the mixtape.
Fellow Chicago rapper Chief Keef took to Twitter to congratulate the young emcee on the special co-sign from Dwayne Carter.
“Big Ups Lil Mouse,” he wrote.
Lil’ Mouse appearing on the “Dedication 4” is a major accomplishment for the rap newcomer. But the track has sparked controversy given Lil’ Mouse’s age and lyrical content.
“I’m rolling/ All my n***gas rolling/Keep that f***king red bandanna Hulk Hogan,” Lil’ Wayne raps.
Lil’ Mouse enters the song with familiar lyrics from the original “Get Smoked” song.
“30 clips and them hollow tips make him do the running man,” he raps.
Lil’ Wayne received backlash for rhyming about negative content with a minor. Many youths consider the Young Money general a role model. His endorsement of a teenaged rapper whose lyrical content is nothing short of profane has sparked controversy.
But with Chief Keef’s endorsement, Lil’ Mouse may have a potential collaboration in the near future. Perhaps Chief Keef will feature the young emcee on a Chicago- styled remix of the “Don’t Like” track. Only time will tell.
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