Why Ace Hood is not the Release of Their Latest Collaborations With Lil Wayne
#DXCLUSIVE: "The content is different from the path that I am," he says.
Hollywood, CA – When Ace Hood came out with hits such as "Bugatti" and "Undefeated," healthy life was not the crux of your lyrical thesis. The Florida-based rapper is adulting more and more these days, and their music has evolved accordingly. But before entering on a path to a more healthy, Ace hit the studio with Lil Wayne.
A list of collaborations as Weezy tend to leave as soon as they can be uploaded to SoundCloud. And with Wayne's recent legal victory against Cash Money Records and Ace's new album Trust in The Process II has just dropped, it seems the perfect time for the public to hear. But as Ace said the #DXLive of the crew, the songs are not conducive to the status quo.
"That's my boy for life," he said. "Me and Wayne got documents that have not been placed yet. I have tracks sitting. I have a record with Wayne that have not been placed yet. The truth is that the content is different from the path that I'm on it, but it is a great album ... I prefer to do something new."
Ace is the life for the "Confidence in The Process," the slogan that was made famous by the Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid and has served as the title of his last two projects. As he says, Wayne of the situation serves as a reinforcement of the creed.
"This is another example of the confidence in the process," he said of Weezy's division of Money in Cash. "You have to trust in him even when the situation is blurred or cloudy, sometimes it is important to create a space for you and establish yourself as much as possible. He is the GOAT for me, so to see what of your contract, it is a blessing."
The 30-year-old Ace still hits the club from time to time, but it has also been taken in the whole life. It is a lifestyle choice and says that he was inspired by the loss of a loved one and the hope that their own children do not know the feeling of loss at his expense.
"What made me want a lifestyle change — I lost my grandmother to lung cancer, and f