Lil Wayne dropped his long-awaited Funeral album, but he’s already looking ahead to what’s next. In an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Weezy said he’s quickly moving on from his latest LP because he’s got enough material for 20 more.
“That’s always beautiful to look back at the finished product and what we came out with, what we ended up with,” the 37-year-old began. “And also, the results of the finished product is always rewarding, as well. I have beautiful fans. But my fans all, they also know that once it’s put out, they already know I’m moving on. They already know I got 20 more albums already in my back pocket.”
Earlier in the conversation, Wayne noted he always works “down to the wire” before turning in his projects for release. When asked if his constant recording schedule allows him to live in the moment, the Young Money boss explained how his creative process lets him do just that.
“I think I probably be the definition of that because I don’t write my music,” he said. “I just go in there and say whatever the hell I’m feeling and try to make it rhyme. So with that said, every time you get a bar from me, it’s dealing with the moment.”
While Lil Wayne’s claim might seem hard to believe, fans are more than aware of his studio work ethic. He’s got a cross-decade discography to prove it. With more than 20 mixtapes, 13 studio albums, three compilation projects, and two EPs, Weezy has dozens of solo projects connected to his name.
You can stream Funeral below.