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7 Lil Wayne Facts That Will Make You Miss That Era Of Rap

Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. is a name that echoed like wildfire in the twenty- first century as he stormed through the world of rap and is now regarded as a living legend by many.

His albums have become folklore, and his character encapsulates the difficulties that musicians face in today' s harsh world. Some interesting facts about him are as follows:

1. He never had a regular employment Lil Wayne never worked a day job to pay for school or at any stage in his life, according to research conducted by an avid Weezy fan. Since the beginning, writing rhymes has been at the forefront of his mind.

2. However, Lil Wayne put in a lot of effort Wayne reported at least 597 guest appearances between 1997 and 2012. Talk about dedication to your work.

3. He' s quite the scholar He graduated from the University of Houston with a bachelor' s degree in psychology. In school, he was also interested in drama and theatre, and he appeared in his school' s production of The Wiz. You really didn' t see that coming.

4. He has a large number of admirers Weezy has been dubbed " the best rapper of all time" by Kendrick Lamar. " Lil Wayne is the greatest, " he said. Not only for his music, but also for the community he created around it.

5. His favourite song is also our favourite song " Cause I Love You" by one of the kings of RnB & soul, Lenny Williams, is his favourite song. Even his taste in music astounds us!

6. He wasn' t always called Lil Wayne Inspired by fellow New Orleans' rapper Pimp Daddy, could you believe he was almost going to begin his career as " Shrimp Daddy" ? Well well.

7. Lil Wayne discovered Drake Canada' s top MC was scooped up by the Cash Money Records imprint boss through MyScape and threw him into a league with the big guns. Man, he' s come a long way. 

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