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Lil Wayne: Funeral – Episode 74

‘Funeral’ is the thirteenth studio album by Lil Wayne. It features guest appearances by Big Sean, Lil Baby, Adam Levine, Jay Rock, 2 Chainz, Takeoff, the late XXXTentacion, The-Dream, Lil Twist, and O.T. Genasis. Listen as we discuss how we felt overall about the 24-track album, we talk about the quality of the features on this project and we discuss if it holds up to Wayne’s big return to music with ‘Tha Carter V’.

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Check out our other Lil Wayne related episodes:
http://www.musicmattersmedia.com/2019/09/30/blink-182-lil-wayne-concert-nine-album-review-episode-65

http://www.musicmattersmedia.com/2018/11/05/tidal-x-brooklyn-lil-wayne-tha-carter-v-episode-35

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