Him and Lil Wayne should tour.


via Revolver Distribution Blog

This is when the LL (Lord Byron and Lil Wayne) saved his Cool J. “When I was living in Spain, I’d read Byron all the time, and his rhyming was just ridiculous, like seven syllables,” he says. “It’s not like I traced rap back to Romantic poets, but I started thinking of rhyme as something more than just clever.” That’s when Lil Wayne came in. “He did this one mixtape thing, The Drought 2: It’s, like, him rapping for two hours. He uses his New Orleans drawl to make shit rhyme that you never think would.”