Lil Wayne Performs 'Tha Carter V' Songs on 'SNL'

Bringing along Halsey and Swizz Beatz.

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UPDATE: Lil Wayne also assisted in a very respectful rap parody alongside comedian Kenan Thompson and rapper Future, which you can view below.

After releasing three new bonus tracks less than 24 hours ago, Lil Wayne took to the Saturday Night Live stage to perform a few hit singles off his long-over due album, Tha Carter V.

Wayne started off the night with his choice single, “Can’t Be Broken,” which he performed alongside electro-pop singer Halsey who took on hook duties. For the second performance of the night, Wayne brought along Swizz Beatz for “Uproar.” Along with his two performances, Wayne showed off his comedy skills, appearing in a skit with Future. Watch the clips above.

Tha Carter V released back in September and features appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, XXXTentacion, and Travis Scott.

In more music-related news, Camp Flog Gnaw Festival 2018 is livestreaming now.

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