After watching Cherry Bomb: The Documentary a couple weeks ago, I was really inspired by Tyler the Creator's creative vision behind his 2015 album and the artists that collaborated with him on it. In the film, director Mikey Alfred captures the recording process, which includes how Lil Wayne and Kayne West came up with their verses on "Smuckers." Lil Wayne's views on Tyler and how they worked together in the studio are definitely worth watching. In the segment, the rapper echoes the overarching theme from the his 2011 single featuring Bruno Mars and delivers the following words of wisdom:
“Work hard. Be somebody. Be something more than what you see in the mirror. Let the world be your mirror. Don’t let them judge you 'cause the mirror can’t judge you. You judge what you see in the mirror.”
Watch the video below to hear this advice from the legend himself!