The last song of the week is the outro track for Da Drought 3, featuring Lil Wayne giving thanks to his family, friends, business partners, his fans, and even shooting out a few R.I.P.s. Nearly ten minutes long and built upon the instrumental of Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without U”, this final track is about as sweet as Wayne gets (even though I would have loved to hear Wayne rap over the song); him shouting out to his grandmother and providing an update on the health of “Hip-Hop”.
With that, this week of Lil Wayne coverage is coming to an end.
First off THANK YOU to Hendrik for not only giving me this opportunity, but also for improving my posts with minor edits.
I want to say thank you to all the people that have been reading along. I spent a lot of time planning out this week, figuring out what songs I wanted to post and what I wanted to say for each song, and it was kind of cool to witness the amount of “likes” and “reblogs” for some of Lil Wayne’s more out-there songs. I kind of skipped over classic Wayne hits like “A Milli” or “Stuntin Like My Daddy” and some of his better guest verses, but people seemed to enjoy this week anyway — I’m very appreciative for that.
I’m 20 and I have a hard time pointing to favorites in any art-form. I don’t think Lil Wayne even is my favorite rapper, but doing this week reminded me how much his music has always been there with me.
This is how it ends.
LOST WITHOUT UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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