Lil Wayne releases Packers hype song ‘Green and Yellow’ and players are hyped

Lil Wayne, Green Bay Packers. (Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports)
Lil Wayne, Green Bay Packers. (Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports) /

Lil Wayne does his best Wiz Khalifa impression to get Green Bay Packers fans hyped up.

Ahead of the Green Bay Packers‘ home playoff game vs. the Los Angeles Rams, rap superstar and noted Cheesehead Lil Wayne dropped a single titled, “Green and Yellow” to get his favorite team’s fan base fired up.

It may not get the Lambeau Faithful to want to bang on a drum all day or jump around like a bunch of crazy badgers over in Madison, but in due time, this will be part of future tailgate festivities adjacent to the Frozen Tundra. This song has the Packers so amped up that even Preston Smith had this thing blasting on infinite repeat heading into the NFC Divisional round game vs. the Rams.

Lil Wayne better not Poison the Packers like Bret Michael did the Steelers

This song will become as popular as Wiz Khalifia’s “Black and Yellow” was back in 2010, assuming the Packers take care of business and win the NFC. The last thing Lil Wayne needs is for his song to curse them, just like how Bret Michaels Poisoned his beloved Pittsburgh Steelers last weekend by slinging his Terrible Towel on camera for all the world to see.

Overall, most Packers fans like the song, as they are simultaneously getting fired up to it on Saturday afternoon. The only real downside to the song is that it is titled “Green and Yellow,” as opposed to “Green and Gold,” you know, the Packers’ two colors.

The good thing for all the Cheeseheads in the world is their Packers have the No. 1 seed and will face the No. 6-seeded Rams, whose quarterback Jared Goff is dealing with a messed-up and will have to play in the cold. If the Packers are upset at home, it will be right up there with dropping a shocking one to Michael Vick’s Atlanta Falcons in the 2002 NFC Wild Card round.

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Ultimately, the Packers should be favored to get back to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2010. It is hard to imagine that Aaron Rodgers has won the NFC only once before, and that was during his first trip to his conference’s title bout. The Packers have dropped their last three NFC Championship games, but a win on Saturday ensures the 2020 one will be played at Lambeau.

So keep cranking some “Green and Yellow” up until and through kickoff, Packers fans.