Lil Wayne Drops 'Big Worm' Video

  /  09.03.2020

Lil Wayne takes a trip down memory lane in the video for “Big Worm” off the deluxe edition of his Funeral album.

In the three-minute clip, which he co-directed with Ray Kay, the 37-year-old rapper reflects on his two decades-long career by morphing into different versions of himself throughout the years, starting with a young Dwayne Carter circa his 1999 debut Tha Block Is Hot. The evolution continues with 2004’s Tha Carter, 2005’s Tha Carter II, 2008’s Tha Carter III, and his most recent Funeral era.

Wayne dropped the deluxe edition of Funeral in May featuring appearances from Doja Cat, Tory Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert, Jessie Reyez, and Benny the Butcher.

Last week, Weezy’s 2009 mixtape No Ceilings was released to streaming services for the first time. He is now readying two new projects including No Ceilings 3 and Tha Carter VI.


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