The new album, tying in with other Wayne lyrics, is no stranger to vulgarity. (In fact, if you look the album up on the ever so reliable Wikipedia, it has a count of all the the vulgar words and references, which is actually pretty comical. I don't know when skateboarding references became considered vulgar, though.)
His collaboration on the album with popular artists such as 2 Chainz, Drake, Nicki Minaj, and several other talents on the tracks brings an exciting flare to this album, the sequel to I Am Not A Human Being released in 2010.
"It's mixtape Weezy — straight street bangers you're going to hear in the club," Cortez Bryant, Wayne's manager and Chief Visionary Officer of his Young Money label, said according to Rolling Stone. "The sound is more urban, with no R&B hooks, and the wordplay is still incredible and shocking — every bar has some witty punchline. Wayne really took it back to his roots."