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Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne does not hold back on analyzing his position in the music industry and explained what separates him from other artists in a new NYLON Guys feature.

Within his feature, Weezy F. Baby detailed his dedication to music-making.

“When I first started doing it, you only did it to be the best—not to have a hot song or popularity or for Instagram or Twitter. I’m one of thelast of a dying breed…the ones who are only about the music. You have to want to be unforgettable. The only other people who I can think of like that are Kanye [West] and Beyoncé.” (NYLON Guys)

Check out this big news Wayne made recently right here…

Recently, music producer 9th Wonder said fellow veteran Q-Tip and himself decided to induct Weezy F. Baby into hip-hop crew Zulu Nation.

“Dwayne Carter, also known to the world as Lil Wayne, is a member and an Ahki (which means ‘brother’) in the Universal Zulu Nation founded in 1973 by Afrika Bambaataa—a former gang member of the Black Spades. This decision was made by Zulu King Q-Tip (of A Tribe Called Quest) and Zulu King 9th Wonder. Deal with it.” (HHDX)

A few days ago, Q-Tip broke the big news across social media.

https://twitter.com/QtipTheAbstract/status/537674636306419712

https://twitter.com/QtipTheAbstract/status/537676097899749376

Along with Weezy F. Baby, handfuls of notable hip-hop crews have previously joined the organization.

The Zulu Nation was founded by legendary MC Afrika Bambaataa back in 1970s, when former gang members began doing their part to spearhead cultural programs for the youth. The organization was furthered by artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Public Enemy, KRS-One and more in the 1980s. (MTV)