I’m going out on a limb with this one, but I hope this Glory record is the beginning of a Lil Wayne resurgence. Your boy was cold as hell on this record. Wayne aced this record lyrically. The production is average, perfect for the moment and Wayne’s thought process at the time, but nothing you’d really scrunch your face up at. Either way, this should keep the industry on their toes and stir up the pot.

Rap and modern day hip hop….are like chili. A hot steamy pot of chili. If you leave it on the stove too long, it will begin to boil over and if you were look at what was actually boiling in the pot…you’d see it was only the thinnest part of the mixture bubbling and imploding on itself. When you stir up the pot, you almost provide a bit of balance to the whole pot, by kicking up some of the bigger, more substantial chunks (meats, veggies, whatever else you put in chili).

Is Glory good enough to stir up the pot?  Leave your thoughts below in the comments section and or share with your friends. It’s easy to appreciate music, when you take all the gossip out of it. No one cares what label Wayne signs to, or if he’s “jumping” on Tidal. What does that even mean? On Tidal? Like he made an online account with them? -_-. Tighten up. Enjoy Wayne’s Glory.

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