Lil Wayne Records First Song Since Prison

Weezy insider DJ Scoob Doo tweets new track is 'A 2010 Version Of A Milli..But On [Steroids].

Just as many within his inner circle have predicted, Lil Wayne has wasted no time getting back into the studio after wrapping up his prison bid. Weezy insider DJ Scoob Doo tweeted Sunday (November 14) that the MC has cranked out his first track as a free man.

"Nino Brown aka @ liltunechi Got His First Song Since Rikers Coming To Yall Soon," Scoob tweeted. What does Weezy's first, post-jail speaker-rattler sound like? Scoob hinted that the new track takes the rumbling energy of one of his Tha Carter III smashes to another level.

"Just Think A 2010 Version Of A Milli," he tweeted. "But On [Steroids]."

The update follows a tweet from Young Money boss Mack Maine about a Weezy studio session last Monday: "It's official Wayne laid his 1st verse!!!!! Torture!!!! YMCMB."

On Tuesday Scoob sent MTV News an exclusive picture of the superstar spitter in the midst of a marathon 15-hour studio session.

Cash Money honcho Bryan "Baby" Williams told MTV News recently that after Weezy celebrates his freedom, the I Am Not a Human Being star will likely head right to the lab.

"After we see the family, it's back to the basics, back to the job," he said. "For Wayne, he just does what he feels with the music. I'm sure he's gonna touch on personal things and his experience being incarcerated. But you never know with him, because he's so slick with the words.

"He's in beast mode," Baby continued. "When you put a shining star in a cage, what else can you make out of it? You just put him in beast mode."

New members of the Cash Money camp, producers Cool & Dre, recently told MTV News that Weezy will be eager to reclaim his status as an animal in the studio.

"I think the one thing we could do is stand out the way," Dre added about their approach to helming the boards during a recording session with Weezy. "Get out the way. I'm sure he has so much inspiration built up right now."

"Once he hears the beat, he's gonna speak," Cool said about Wayne's next direction. "So the beat is gonna ask him what to do."

Baby said fans can expect the MC to flood the Web with material and once again snag his title as a prolific mixtape monster.

"He does mixtapes on the regular; it's hard for me to keep up," Baby admitted. "I been stopped keeping up when we're putting out mixtapes. Wayne is the type of person, he'll drop a song every day."

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