Lil Wayne has a very unique way of recording music.

Talking with The Bumbu Room on Tuesday (Oct. 29), Weezy revealed that he has a bad habit of never fully completing his songs in the studio.

"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 says. "Every song that I ever put out was unfinished."

The Young Money mogul then added that he doesn't listen to his old songs unless he has to memorize them for his setlist when goes out on tour.

"I can't listen to whatever songs I have out 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 go back and listen to it because simply I'm working on other stuff."

Elsewhere in the interview, the 37-year-old rapper reveals that he listens to all kinds of music other than hip-hop.

"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," he states. "For me, you got Anita Baker, Keith Sweat, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Tech N9ne -- if you wanna call that hip-hop, Judas Priest, Lamb of God, Nirvana, and Blink-182."

It's safe to say that Lil Wayne has a very eclectic taste in music.

Watch Lil Wayne talk about music, new rappers, Stephen A. Smith and more with the The Bumbu Room below.

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