Lil Wayne has just unleashed the new visuals for his song "Big Worm" off the deluxe version of his 13th studio album, Funeral. The Mack Maine executive produced music video is a trip down memory lane and a blast from the past, featuring no one except Wayne rapping in front of the camera as his face shifts between eras in his career.
As Wayne croons over the beat making metaphors about his similarities to the character "Big Worm" from Ice Cube's classic film Friday, his face morphs. He sporadically de-ages to different moments in his career, from his Hot Boys days with barely any tattoos to his black-haired dreaded days during the pinnacle of Tha Carter series, until finally, he shifts back to his present self.
Wayne also just released his critically acclaimed mixtape No Ceilings to streaming services last week. The 12-track project originally released on Oct. 31, 2009 and features some of Wayne's most classic tracks like "Surf Swag," "Let Do It," and the bonus song dedicated to the Black Mamba, "Kobe Bryant."
Wayne made a guest appearance on Big Sean's second single "Don Life" as well, with Sean preparing for the release of his next studio album, Detroit 2.
Watch the music video for Lil Wayne's track "Big Worm" up top.