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Lil Wayne walks down his career memory lane in “Big Worm” visual

It’s clear we call Lil Wayne one of the greatest rappers alive for a reason and his latest music video is a stark reminder of that fact.

As Wayne reemerges to promote his new music, he’s back building off the momentum of his 13th studio album Funeral (Deluxe) with the release of his latest visual for track three “Big Worm.”

In the intricate visual, Wayne takes us through a journey of his career as he morphs into different versions of himself that span each era of his music – from his Hot Boys days all the way to the pinnacle height of his Tha Carter album series.

In the three-minute clip, the 37-year-old rappers gives himself a chance to reflect on his glory days and he eventually transforms back into his present self.

The buzz behind Lil Wayne’s name is rising again after his legendary mixtape, No Ceilings, finally made its way to streaming services last week after 11 long years.

His Funeral (Deluxe) album that dropped back in May featured a slew of guest appearances from artists like Lil Baby, Big Sean, Lil Uzi Vert, Benny the Butcher, and more.

Watch the video for “Big Worm” above.