With the release of Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V still pending and suggested to debut this year, Weezy looks to be still working in the studio, as he just released a surprising new track dubbed "Hercules."

In addition to the new song, Weezy decided to premiere a compilation video of his skateboarding skills on his Youtube page, titled "Sorry For The Sk8," as he's still on his quest to become the best skater alive, and in the clip above, fans can hear the unreleased song.

Interestingly, as Genius points out, most of the lyrics on "Hercules" are re-used on his feature on DJ Khaled’s “No Motive” song from Khaled’s 2013 album Suffering From Success, however, there are still some new bars.

Have a listen to the full audio below and check out the new track around the :52 second mark in his skateboarding compilation above.

In other music news, The Weeknd debuts ‘Another You’ documentary ahead of headlining Coachella.

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