The Grammy winner, whose real identify is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., took to Twitter Sunday to air his grievances about his exclusion from the impending 63rd Grammy Awards in January 2021.
“As an artist, when I see da Grammys coming up & I’m not included nor invited I wonder. Is it me , my musik, or just an additional technicality?” Wayne, 38, tweeted.
Carter launched his thirteenth studio album, “Funeral,” on Jan. 31. It debuted No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, but unsuccessful to pick up a single Grammy nomination.
“I seem all-around w regard & speculate competitively am I not worthy?!” Carter included. “Then I seem all around & see 5 Grammys looking bak at me & I go to the studio.”
Lil Wayne has gained a total of 5 Grammys during his lengthy job, like Most effective Rap Album for “Tha Carter III,” Best Rap Solo Effectiveness for “A Milli” and Ideal Rap Music for “Lollipop” in 2009.
Lil Wayne is the latest star to lash out against the Recording Academy next surprising Grammy nomination snubs. Most notable was The Weeknd, who failed to choose up a one Grammy nod for his critically acclaimed “Right after Hrs” album, which includes two major-100 hits: “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless.”
On Nov. 25, Drake posted on Instagram: “I think we really should prevent allowing for ourselves to be stunned every calendar year by the disconnect amongst impactful music and these awards and just settle for that what as soon as was the greatest variety of recognition may no for a longer time make a difference to the artists that exist now and the ones that come soon after.”