Lil Wayne says that Future’s mixtape ’56 Nights’ is the best of all time, which shows how much he respects his friend

People think of Lil Wayne as a mixtape superstar, but this week he surprised everyone by not calling one of his records the best Hip-Hop mixtape of all time. Instead, the artist, who is 41 years old, gave Future those flowers to honor his 2015 record 56 Nights.

Weezy F Baby and 2 Chainz were on Complex’s GOAT Talk this Tuesday, where they called several things “greatest” in a range of categories. When asked what the best Hip-Hop album of all time was, the singer of “A Milli” said right away that 56 Nights by Future and DJ Esco was it.

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Wayne replied to Tity Boi with three albums: his 2011 album T.R.U. REALigion, his 2005 album The Dedication, and his 2005 album Trap Or Ԁie, which he worked on with DJ Drаmа and Jeezy. Before the talk, they both listed the best slander records of all time. “What’s Beef” by The Notorious B.I.G. was chosen by the New Orleans rapper, and “Һit ‘Em Up” by 2Pac was chosen by Chainz.

When Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz went on GOAT Talk, it was about a month after the release of their most recent record together, Welcome 2 Collegrove. The 21-song collection was the follow-up to their 2016 record Collegrove. It had songs by Usher, Rick Ross, 21 Sаvаge, Benny The Butcher, Vory, and more.


Lil Wayne performing at Jingle Ball, wearing a Black shirt, neon green shades, and a Black beanie hat; Future at Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, wearing a Black and white jacket, white shirt, and purple tinted shades.

The first song to come out was “Presha” in October, and the second was “Long Story Short” in early November.

Late in September, Lil Wayne put out Tha Fix Before Tha VI on his own, giving fans a sneak peek at his upcoming record Tha Carter VI. Ten songs were on the record, with songs by Jon Batiste, Cool & Dre, Fousheé, euro, and TheNightAftr. 2 Since his Dоpe Don’t Sell Itself LP came out in February 2022, Chainz hasn’t put out an official project. But since then, he’s been in a few movies, such as “Cater” by Tink, “Ain’t No Love” by Baby Tate, “Mask Up” by Neek Bucks, and “Get In My Zone” by Ron Browz. You can listen to Dоpe Don’t Sell Itself down below.



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