Lil Baby recently rapped that he's the Lil Wayne of this generation.
"I'm going too crazy, I'm the Wayne of this new generation," he raps on "5500 Degrees." "N*ggas fugazi, they can't f*ck with us no types of ways/ these n*ggas too lazy / I'm cut from a different cloth, I don't know who raised em'."
Lil Baby has already received a cosign from the rapper.
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"I started listening to the lyrics, I started listening to what the homie was saying, and when you're speaking about something so real like that and figuring out how to make that shit actually go together and sound the way he make it sound – make it rhyme, even when it doesn't rhyme, even when it doesn't have to rhyme – that's when you're discovering something within yourself," Wayne said in a previous interview.
Ya'll agree with Lil Baby? Is he the Lil Wayne of this generation or does he have a way to go before he can claim that title?