As an artist, when I see da Grammys coming up & I’m not involved nor invited; I wonder. Is it me , my musik, or just another technicality? I look around w respect & wonder competitively am I not worthy?! Then I look around & see 5 Grammys looking bak at me & I go to the studio.
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) December 20, 2020
As the 63th Grammy Awards are drawing closer slatted for 31 January 2021 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Preparations are underway. Celebrities and the world at large still pouring in their opinion. Recently the five time Grammy Award winner Lil Wayne has expressed worry over lack of personal involvement into the world’s biggest award ceremony for music creators.
Wizzy posted on his Facebook page saying “as an artist, when I see the Grammys coming up & I am not involved or invited: I wonder. Is it me, my music or just another Technicality? I look around w respect and wonder, competitively am I not worthy?! Then I look around and see 5 Grammys looking back at me and I go to the studio.”
American rapper Lil Wayne has got 24 Grammy Nominations with 5 Grammy Awards. The rapper received his first GRAMMY nomination for 2005 as a featured artist on Destiny’s Child’s “Soldier.” He earned his first GRAMMY wins when he took home four awards at the 51st GRAMMYs for 2008, including Best Rap Album (Tha Carter III) and Best Rap Song (“Lollipop”).
Lil Wayne made his GRAMMY stage debut at the 51st GRAMMYs when he performed “Swagga Like Us” with M.I.A., T.I., Jay Z, and Kanye West. Later in the telecast, he joined Robin Thicke, Allen Toussaint and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band for a performance of “Big Chief.”
Lil Wayne founded the record label Young Money Entertainment, an imprint of Cash Money Records, which has released No. 1 album from artists such as Drake and Nicki Minaj.