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Will Lil Wayne's 'D'usse' Snippet Bring Another Jay Z Collab?

Weezy offers a quick preview of a new song.

Lil Wayne just released his Tha Carter V single, "Believe Me," featuring Drake, earlier this month, but Tunechi has already got us excited for his other new music.

During the latest episode of his weekly web series "Weezy Wednesdays," the rapper previews a brand new song: "D'usse." The track, produced by DJ Nasty, takes its name from the Jay Z-endorsed Cognac, which Wayne pours himself a glass of in the video.

"This motherf--kin' D'usse got me sweatin' and shi--. Word to God," he says over the beginning of the airy, symphonic beat. "Hov, f--k wit' ya boy."

The 16-second clip leaves us with plenty of questions, though.

Will the track be featured on Tha Carter V, due out later this year?

Seems like a safe bet, but we don't know for sure.

Will it feature Jay?

The two have worked together before, but, more recently than that, they've exchanged jabs on wax. While their lyrical warfare hasn't been ignited of late, Hov and Drake continue to send shots in each other's direction.

When will we get the final version?

This one's hard to predict. With "Believe Me" still impacting, the full version of "D'usse" may not drop for a bit. This will have to suffice until then.