Abe Beame takes an extensive look at the work that entered the New Orleans rap superstar into the "best rapper alive" conversation.
The firebrand known as Weezy returns and Steven Louis has a few words about his newest full-length.
Mobb Deen goes in on the highly-anticipated, newest installment of Lil' Wayne's Carter series.
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In late 2014, I interviewed Lil Wayne at his home in Miami. Published here in full for the first time, he talks about everything from The Hot Boys to his creative process, to wanting to quit rap.
Torii MacAdams is the Rap Game Nick Dunne Who’s the King of The South? Very few rappers can lay serious claim to the title, but if between 2004 and 2009 you’d have said “Lil Wayne,” few would have batted an eyelash. The dreadlocked goblin capitalized on incredibly fallow years in rap music with a non-stop […]
After the frequent delays and label drama surrounding "Carter V," Lil Wayne attempts to regain his old magic.
Kyle Ellison hasn’t worn pink since Cam left the Roc. We’re now ten months into 2014 and the only Cash Money record you can buy in stores is the ironically titled Young Money compilation, Rise of an Empire. Tha Carter V is missing in action, The Pinkprint has been pushed back again and Tyga is being kept […]
Kyle Ellison ain’t got no Weezy in his Serato Between Nicki getting back to her fire breathing best, Lil Wayne’s preparation for what he says is his final album and Drake’s intolerance of lint – Young Money is back in the conversation. This past weekend saw all three of the label’s cash money cows showcased […]
The Fall Of Lil Wayne March 26, 2013
Doc Zeus is from Cleveland. The mythology goes like this: there once was a rapper named Dwayne who was bold enough to claim that he was the “best rapper alive.” For a time, people believed him. Beginning with the release of Tha Carter, extending through an exhaustive collection of critically acclaimed mixtapes and guest appearances, […]
Slava P had a pocket full of ass whoopings, but unfortunately, there was a hole in it. The only thing people can agree upon when talking about Lil Wayne is that he’s incredibly polarizing. This partially lies in the fact that he’s an easy target for criticism with his absurd fashion choices, unexplainable passion for […]