Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst And Lil Wayne: Profanity Laced New Tracks

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When Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst announced his band had signed with Lil Wayne‘s Cash Money recording homeicon1 Limp Bizkits Fred Durst And Lil Wayne: Profanity Laced New Tracks in February 2012, fans and critics questioned the wisdom of the union. With the release of a new single, they provide answers.

Sunday (March 24) night, Limp Bizkit unveiled a new track, “Ready To Go,” from their forthcoming album Stampede of the Disco Elephants. The profanity-laden single offers a look into Limp Bizkit’s Cash Money direction, snagging a feature with in-demand rapper Lil Wayne.

The Polow Da Don-produced track plays up the rowdy sound that Limp Bizkit made famous in the ’90s. Durst’s in-your-face style is on full display as he refers to himself as the “motherf******* rock God” in his first line. The chorus further establishes his devil-may-care attitudeicon1 Limp Bizkits Fred Durst And Lil Wayne: Profanity Laced New Tracks.

“They say that rock s*** doesn’t rock anymore/…We drinking gin until we pass out and fall on the floor/ Is that your b**** because she telling me she ready to go”

Listen to the song here.

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