Ludacris Taps Lil Wayne For "Silence Of The Lambs (S.O.T.L.)"

Ludacris previewed "Silence Of The Lambs (S.O.T.L.)" during his recent "Verzuz" battle against Nelly, and now he returns with the full track featuring Lil Wayne.

After previewing "Silence  Of The Lambs" or "S.O.T.L." on Instagram  Live, Ludacris found himself ensnared in a bit of controversy. His lyrics about Bill Cosby and R. Kelly rubbed a few people the wrong way, so the Southern rapper explained his bars to a radio station and stated, "Sometimes when you speak on records, you speakin' like it's just me and you having a conversation. But you just speaking, and just being honest. I saw that a lot of people kind of misconstrued or just didn't understand what I'm saying."  

To get a clearer picture of the song in its totality, Ludacris released the full-length version of "S.O.T.L." featuring Lil Wayne. The rapper is riding high from his recent Verzuz battle with Nelly as Swizz Beatz boasts that both artists have seen a dramatic increase in their streams within the last week. Of course, it's always good to hear Weezy on a track, so stream the Timbaland-produced "S.O.T.L." and share your thoughts.

Quotable Lyrics
The world's screwed if n*ggas pouring drinks like Bill Huxtable
I love R. Kelly but around my daughters, I'm not comfortable
Stand for what you believe in like Kaepernick
You either in control or you gettin' f*cked
No abstinence

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