Listen as Devin Friedman sits down for an exclusive interview with the most prolific man in music, Lil Wayne. He gives you cold Fiji water and makes sure you know where the bathroom is. His attention is only on Wayne. For Eddie, your presence penetrates only as it is reflected in Wayne. Eddie comes out of the studio where Wayne is.
L il Wayne was the Michael Jordan of hip-hop once, the greatest to ever hold a mic. Then he went to jail. Leaving music to serve a one-year sentence for gun possession is, in a weird way, comparable to Jordan retiring from basketball — for the second time, and for what some thought was for good — in Jordan returned to the NBA in to play two seasons, but even then he was only ever a shadow of his former self. Lil Wayne is now, too, a shadow. Lil Wayne is not superheroic.
The original version leaked early on several mixtapes. Then, a second version, with the first two verses from the original version, a verse from Cory Gunz and the final verse from the album version, was released prior to the album version. While the early version plays the sample as it is,  the final version adds a filter effect to the sample. Blender ranked it the number one song of
I was hesitant to post my selection this week because I worried the content was too explicit. The hook is pretty catchy and I found myself humming the chorus once in a while. One day I stumbled upon the music video, which is repulsive, and I was prompted to actually listen to the words of the song. I loathe this video and song for a number of reasons. Firstly, women are objects to serve his sexual needs.