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Watch Lil Wayne Kill His Television Performance of "Glory"

He brought his 'Free Weezy Album' opening track to the first ever NBA Players' Awards

The first annual NBA Players'  Awards went down on Tuesday night, and Lil Wayne was in BET's house. He spat "Glory," the opener from July 4's Free Weezy Album, a.k.a. FWA, and slayed it.

Wayne took the stage in a muted black-and-white outfit and just let his song do the talking. "Glory" is packed with more than a few of the many nuclear lines on FWA, stuff like, "From here to Hell, I hear them hail, I give em hell / I'm spittin hail, I'm Clinton—well, I did inhale" and "weed louder than underarms and car alarms." 

So there it is, five minutes of hard rapping from Lil Weezy, somewhat unedited. It's a great example of the biggest thing we've learned about Tunechi in 2015, which is that the man is working harder to please his fans, releasing songs nonstop, planning the inaugural Lil Weezyana Festival in his native New Orleans, dropping FWA less than five months after the Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape.

Fifth Harmony2 ChainzJason DeruloKid Ink and Monica all performed at the NBA Players' Awards, too. Scope out those performances right here.

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