Wayne delivers the Eif Rivera-directed video with a mixture of visuals, including lightning, highways and the iconic Hollywood sign landmark.
"I went from Bourbon to Beverly Hills," Weezy rhymes on the track, backed by visuals that convey his message.
Sorry 4 The Wait 2 was released at the center of controversy surrounding Lil Wayne's Cash Money Records dispute.
Fans are still anticipating Tha Carter V from Weezy, a project that's been put on hold as he and his label work out their differences. Those issues seemed to intensify recently when Young Thug released Barter 6 with Cash Money's head, Birdman, appearing on the album's "Constantly Hating" single. This Barter 6 idea didn't seem to sit well with Weezy.
For now, Lil Wayne is reportedly planning another project, his upcoming Free Weezy Album.