Just days after his release from hospital Lil Wayne has emerged to reassure fans that he is "more than good".
The Young Money rapper was discharged from the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood after a six-day stay for a series of seizures.
The hip-hop star, real name Dwayne Carter, appeared to be in good health and back to his energetic self in a short video made for fans.
"I just want to say thank you to all ya'll for ya'll prayers and your concerns and all that," he told the camera.
"I swear to God I felt that love when I was laid up in that mother----in' hospital bed. I want all ya'll to know that I'm good ... more than good."
He went on to tell fans that his new album will hits stores on Tuesday (26 March) and thay he would be going on tour from 5 July.
Fellow rapper TI appeared in the video to confirm that Lil Wayne was on the road to recovery. "I'm good, we good. It's all good," he said.
"Kiss my fist," Wayne said at the end of the footage. "I'm more than good. But thank you, for real. Thank you to all ya'll out there for your prayers."
It had been reported that the Lollipop hitmaker was fighting for his life in intensive care after he collapsed on the set of a music video but his publicity machines has denied those claims.