A decade ago, Weezy's string of releases reimagined what rap could be, and created a blueprint musicians are still following today.
In closing, some reflections on "Something You Forgot," the best Lil Wayne song.
A Year of Lil Wayne determines the official rankings.
The song isn't just Lil Wayne's breakout moment; it's also a foundational part of rap itself.
On Wayne's "Lollipop (Remix)," they are set free to be weird and shine as lyricists.
One of Wayne's go-to producers talked to A Year of Lil Wayne about leaks, the never-released 'I Can't Feel My Face,' and more.
“That song right there, that verse, them little eight bars right there—that got me there.”
Real Gs move in silence like lasagne.
With 'Rebirth,' Lil Wayne imagined an alternate past for himself, while we got to imagine him as the only emo band we ever needed.
Is this the greatest musical collaboration ever forged? Probably!
"The Motto" was where Lil Wayne jumped the shark—only to swim to the butt. OK, maybe this metaphor doesn't work.
When you think of syrup in songs now, you think of woozy Auto-Tune.