Lil Wayne Drops Vocoder and Returns to "Raw Rap," According to Birdman
Birdman says Lil Wayne will not use a Vocoder on "I Am Not a Human Being," as digital copies are released today.
Even incarcerated, Lil Wayne continues to garner attention and anticipation. Birdman recently spoke on Weezy, noting that his next project, I Am Not a Human Being, will be different from recent releases because it will feature the Young Money emcee without his trademark Vocoder, adding that he is back to "raw rap," in an interview with MTV.
"Nothing we do is half-stepping or half-cocked. I think it's a great album. To me, he's switching back: This album has no Vocoder, he's back to raw rap. He's just rapping how he's feeling. He's a genius, so the music is always gonna be great. He wanted to put I Am Not a Human Being out to show people he's always in the building. Every album we put out we're going to do the most; we're gonna go for it. We're never gonna come half-cocked, you expect to see a lot, you gonna get a lot. It's a great album."
"Gonorrhea" (featuring Drake)
"Hold Up" (featuring T-Streets)
"With You" (featuring Drake)
"I Am Not a Human Being"
"What's Wrong With Them" (featuring Nicki Minaj)
"Right Above It" (featuring Drake)
"Popular" (featuring Lil Twist)
"That Ain't Me" (featuring Jay Sean)