Lil Wayne on "Where You At" was Weezy in the era well before he considered himself the best rapper alive. In fact, in the outro to record Weezy tells his brethren to put the house on his name, and suggests "I'm not a rapper don't get that shit twisted, I just do this shit because I've got to feed my seed."
When 500 Degreez came out in 2002, it marked his 3rd solo album after the Hot Boys were disbanded, letting Weezy and Juve fully explore their solo potential. This critical point marks a period before Wayne experimented with lean, 'fore Cash Money opened itself up to music of the pop/rap persuasion, when Hollygrove became Hollywood or rather Miami.
For instance, Wayne arrives in a chopper in the "Where You At" music video, letting his comrades loose in a jungle setting. Wayne uses the illusion of jungle warfare to express living in a reactive and turbulent state, far different from the effects his copious use of codeine had on his music a decade later.
500 Degreez remains to this day a classic piece of work in Weezy's ever expanding catalog. It also helps ring in a day of celebration for Lil Wayne, as he appears to have finally broken free of contractual obligations to Birdman and Cash Money. The fictional father/son duo reportedly agreed on a $10 million settlement over a lawsuit Weezy had filed under an oath of confidentiality.
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