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"6 Foot 7 Foot" is the lead single from Lil Wayne's ninth studio album, Tha Carter IV. It was officially released on iTunes on December 16, 2010. It was produced by "A Milli" producer Bangladesh. The song samples from "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)" by Harry Belafonte.
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6 Foot 7 Foot is the first single off the highly anticipated Tha Carter IV. The track is the first single he has recorded since his release from prison on November 4, 2010, though it's the second song he has appeared since his prison release, after the final version of Birdman's single "Fire Flame", on which he had 2 verses. In the original version of the single Lil Wayne is absent due to his prison sentence. Before the song was officially released, Shade 45's DJ Drama interviewed Lil Wayne and he talked about the single. He said "It's a monster," and "Hopefully, it shows people where I'm at lyrically." Mack Maine, president of Young Money and fellow labelmate, called it "A Milli on steroids." The track was originally intended for rapper T.I., but the Atlantic records manager who also co-manages Lil Wayne, decided Lil Wayne would be a better fit, reuniting Lil Wayne and producer Bangladesh for the first time since "A Milli" after the royalty dispute between Bangladesh and Cash Money on that song. It is the second time the trio (Lil Wayne, Cory Gunz, Bangladesh) have worked together, after 2008's "A Milli" (though Cory Gunz was not on the final version of that song). Lil Wayne has taped a performance of the song for the December 31st edition of Last Call with Carson Daly and recently performed the song live on SNL.