Lil Wayne has revealed interesting details about his music process and practice.

In a new episode of The Bumbu Room, Weezy described his worst habit (around the 9:20 minute mark): “Staying up to work too long and not ever being finished with whatever I started, whatever song I’m doing—not ever being finished in the studio,” he said via Billboard. He added, “Every song that I ever put out was unfinished.”

He also discussed how he can’t listen to his music that's already dropped. “I can't listen to songs that are out already until I put it on a setlist for my show,” he says. “That's when I have to listen to the song because I have no idea what the words are… That's the only time I got back and listen to it because… simply I'm working on other stuff.”

When it comes to listening to hip-hop though, Weezy only listens to one person. “I listen to music that’s not hip-hop all the time because I don’t listen to no other hip-hop but my damn self. And I only listen to myself.” Otherwise, his music taste is pretty diverse, which includes Anita Baker, Keith Sweat, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Judas Priest, Nirvana, and Blink-182. 

Even though Weezy’s a seasoned rapper, he’s pleased with how hip-hop has been evolving throughout his career. “I love it,” he said. “I love that it actually changed because back in the [day] you had to spit your heart out. Now it's let's just make something that's cool to hear, we don't have to listen to it. Listening is different than hearing.”

You can watch the entire video above.