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Proof through literary analysis of Lil Wayne’s lyrics by Professor Kreston Kent that Wayne is, in fact, "the best rapper alive." This detailed argument by Prof. Kent shows that critics and fans alike have failed to recognize the extent of Lil Wayne’s literary genius, on par with William Shakespeare or Bob Dylan. Professor Kent, who attended college alongside Lil Wayne, compares Wayne’s raps to those of Bob Dylan, Nas and Eminem, revealing hidden organizational form, messages, and meanings behind Wayne’s songs. Songs analyzed span from 2007 to the present, including songs from Tha Carter V. Among many insights offered by the book, Prof. Kent's literary analysis reveals a song off Tha Carter V to be about Michael Jackson, despite the fact that he's never mentioned in the lyrics.
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The Literary Genius of Lil Wayne The case for Lil Wayne to be counted among Shakespeare and Dylan



This detailed literary analysis of Lil Wayne’s lyrics by Professor Kreston Kent argues that critics fail to recognize Lil Wayne’s literary genius, one that may be on par with William Shakespeare or Bob Dylan. Professor Kent, who attended college alongside Lil Wayne, compares Wayne’s raps to those of Bob Dylan, Nas and Eminem, revealing hidden meanings behind Wayne’s songs, including numerous overt and hidden references to Michael Jackson. Songs analyzed span from 2007 to the present, including songs from Tha Carter V. 
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