CONCORD, CA - AUGUST 30: Lil' Wayne performs part of his America's Most Wanted Festival at Sleep Train Pavilion on August 30,
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Ever heard a song about strippers? Women who work in establishments colloquially referred to as "gentlemen's clubs," you know? Collect guys' money, make them feel all respectable and attractive, clock out, pay the mortgage, hit that, book their bimonthly trip to a tropical location their customers can't afford to visit?

Rap men have created a robust archive of music about these professionals. Lil Wayne and loco "CoCo" dude O.T. Genasis dripped another drop in the bucket today, if you can believe it. The composition's called "Do It":

Not the hottest Weezy appearance of late, but we're not ready to say our man's sizzling streak has stopped. The idea of getting a bunch of naked texts framed is novel; an unexpected David Blaine reference is fine by us. Also: "when you fell off that pole, I signed your cast on your leg." That's just thoughtful, Dwayne.

Weezy's last O.T. Genasis moment was his Sorry 4 the Wait 2 remix of "CoCo." (Actually, his real last moment was when his DJ fucked the track up during a show and Tune pitched a mic at him.)

Earlier today we heard Wayne's Free Weezy Album was coming, appropriately, on July 4, Independence Day. Read about that over here.