Time for some hip-hop history, y'all. On June 10, Lil' Wayne's Tha Carter III, officially celebrated its 10th anniversary. With hits from "A Milli" to "Lollipop," we can't believe it's already been 10 years for this dope album!
To celebrate, Spotify's Rap Caviar enlisted several young rappers to remake the critically-acclaimed album's very recognizable cover.
The super popular playlist posted the full gallery on its Instagram page.
Chance the Rapper posted his tribute with a bit of trivia, noting Lil' Wayne remade the whole album after it was leaked.
Lil' Uzi Vert dubbed Weezy "the greatest rapper alive:"
Migos joined in on the fun with each member posting their versions of the album cover:
“Lil Wayne showed me to never give up at what you do best and/or what you want to do. Be you and never let someone tell you different, if it feels right it’s not wrong. He lyrically painted a picture that was captivating and created a sense of determination thru his music. Work is hard sometimes but remember the next man is out there working hard to get your spot. When you never stop working, the hard part goes away!” – @yrntakeoff #ThaCarterIIIAnniversary
“Wayne is one of the most influential rappers and Tha Carter III changed the game. All the production and lyrics on here are on point and this was the soundtrack to life when it came out,” Wiz Khalifa wrote in his caption.
And in case you thought this was all about the male rappers, Young M.A joined in, as well!
"Tha Carter III definitely influenced me musically, because anything Wayne did was fire! At that point he had some of the hottest records out, so I would always write my own version to his songs. 'A Milli' was one of the first joints I made a remix to as a kid,” Young M.A. wrote.