It looks like Lil Wayne has dropped off the blink-182 co-headline tour just a few weeks into the run.
Weezy reportedly cut his set short after four songs during the Virginia leg of the tour on Thursday night. According to multiple attendees, Weezy cut his set, stating that he wasn’t feeling the crowd and that this show was “probably” going to be his last show on the tour.
To be honest, two acts teaming up felt a little stilted from the beginning. We still haven’t quite gotten over the clusterfuck that was the ‘What’s My Age Again?’ and ‘A Milli’ mashup.
It looks like blink-182 weren’t too impressed by Weezy storming out. The band called him out on stage, sharing “We are going to play one more song then we are going to play more! You know why? We are contractually obligated!”
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In related news, Mark Hoppus has revealed that blink-182’s new material is “darker” and “more aggressive” than their previous efforts.
“It’s very different to California,” Hoppus explained. “It’s a lot more aggressive. It’s darker in theme and tone.”
“If you like California to Enema Of The State then this album is more like the Untitled record where we are trying to experiment more: trying to experiment more, trying different sounds, and trying to expand upon what people think Blink-182 is.”
Earlier this month, Travis Barker revealed that blink-182 have plans to release an EP after their album drops this year.
In an interview with Kerwin Frost Talks, the drummer said: “Blink just did a song with Uzi. That’s the most mind-blowing thing ever — with Pharrell.
“It’s not gonna come out on the album — it’s gonna come out probably on the EP that comes later this year.”