By Philip Cosores

In a sprawling new cover story with XXLLil Wayne questions authenticity in hip-hop, raising some interesting points about how things have changed since he began.

“I know I’m authentic because I’m 35 million years in the game,” Wayne says in the interview. “I don’t know where the authenticity is in the game anymore. Today everyone sounds alike, they looking alike, they acting alike, they dressing alike.”

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He added: “I came out when everybody was super different. You had an ODB. You had a Busta Rhymes and then you had a 2Pac. You had a Biggie. And everybody was different. Biggie was talking about Mob and Mafia shit. 2Pac was wylin’, talking about West Coast this and that. You had n—as like Meth and Red talking about how high they got and making people laugh.

“And then now, you got them, them. You got the categories and then everyone falls under it.”



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