Posted by , Jul 6, 2015 at 04:23pm
Lil Wayne's pop culture knowledge is second to none.

Lil Wayne fans are familiar with his associative, stream of consciousness, lean-induced lyrical style, which lends itself to lots of punchlines and pop culture references. It has been well-documented that he records lyrics on his portable microphone and never writes them down.

FWA is no different, as Weezy utilizes his encyclopedia knowledge of sports, politics, films, and TV shows as means to express his thoughts about money, drugs, and women. It is when he uses these sorts of comparisons that he is often at his funniest and most insightful.

If you have been shafted by TIDAL and unable to listen to FWA, check out some of his best bars from the album here.

Lil Wayne’s Best Pop Culture References In "FWA"

Lil Wayne's pop culture knowledge is second to none.


Lil Wayne fans are familiar with his associative, stream of consciousness, lean-induced lyrical style, which lends itself to lots of punchlines and pop culture references. It has been well-documented that he records lyrics on his portable microphone and never writes them down.

FWA is no different, as Weezy utilizes his encyclopedia knowledge of sports, politics, films, and TV shows as means to express his thoughts about money, drugs, and women. It is when he uses these sorts of comparisons that he is often at his funniest and most insightful.

If you have been shafted by TIDAL and unable to listen to FWA, check out some of his best bars from the album here.

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