If you’ve followed Lil Wayne throughout his career, you’ve probably noticed his change of flow and delivery over the years. Some may even say he’s developed (more or less) an “East Coast” rhythmic pattern of flow. Before all that though, you can recall Lil Wayne during his Hot Boys tenure with the trademark high-nasal flow throughout a record. Here’s a piece of that vintage “wobboty, wobboty” Wayne, featuring Mack Maine & Curren$y titled “G’d Up,” circa 2005. Which Lil Wayne do you like better?
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