Lil’ Wayne on average charges $100,000 for 16 bars on a track. He has so much confidence in his craft (rapping) that he knows other artists will pay the price. Do you remember Duffle Bag Boy? That chorus cost Playas Circle $75,000. Playas Circle wouldn’t have had much radio play without Lil’ Wayne in the song. He told and interviewer that he ‘wouldn’t drop a verse on his own sisters track for any less than $75,000. In the song Soldier by Destiny’s Child, Lil Wayne and T.I. both had verses on the track. T.I. charged a little over $50,000, and Weezy charged $110,000. That shows you that Lil Wayne/Weezy F. Baby, whatever you may call him, can be arguementaly the best rapper alive
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