Eminem and Lil Wayne Reveal They Google Their Own Lyrics To Avoid Repeating Verses
Eminem and Lil Wayne are getting real about their process when it comes to writing music. The two rappers admit to Googling their own verses!
Eminem and Lil Wayne's Google history revealed!
Eminem and Lil Wayne have written so much music, even they can't remember every verse they've wrote!
While speaking on Lil Wayne's Young Money Radio, an Apple Series exclusive, the rapper opens up to Eminem saying he often has to Google his own music to make sure he isn't repeating the same verses.
"I literally bro, when I'm doing something, if you look through my phone history with my Google history and you press ‘L,’ first thing that will come up is Lil Wayne lyrics," he told Eminem. "I literally have to google my lyrics to make sure I didn’t say something before."
Eminem was shocked that someone else has the same process, responding, ""Oh my god! I swear to god I do that too!"
Lil Wayne then joked, "Man, that’s how long we’ve been doing this s--t."
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Lil Wayne dropped his 13th studio album this year, and last year Eminem dropped his 11th.
"Yeah! I just did that s--t last night!" Eminem said.
"Man, that’s funny as hell. I’ve been doing that for like the last five years. You’ll be like ‘Oh I knew I flipped this one,' " he continued.
During his appearance on the radio show, Eminem also said that he would be donating $250,000 to his charity, the Marshall Mathers Foundation, which is committed to supporting at-risk and disadvantaged youths in Detroit, where Eminem is from.
Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey was inspired by Eminem's donation and decided to pledge $750,000 himself, bringing the total to $1 million, when he appeared on the radio show later that day.