Popular Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame, known for his energetic songs such as “Hard In The Paint”, “Oh Let’s Do It” and “No Hands”, declared that he was going to retire from rap some time last year. However, with his second major label album Triple F Life hitting stores on June 12th, and a growing buzz for the project with the hit single “Round Of Applause” featuring Drake, it looks like Flocka has had a change of heart.
The rapper who made hip hop headlines with statements such as preferring to “work at Wal-Mart than rap”, no longer plans to retire.
In an interview with HipHopWired, Flocka says “I’m on my second one, so the third one might be true. I don’t know. The way they treat me, I spent my lifetime trying to do this. I don’t see myself quitting no more, it’s over for that. On to the next one.”
Waka Flocka Flame’s Triple F Life will feature Drake, Odd Future, Nicki Minaj and more; along with the rapper priming for high scale promotion during Drake’s upcoming installment of his Club Paradise concert tour which also features J. Cole, French Montana and 2 Chainz.
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