"The Nino Brown Story reads like a home video, with a personal, uncensored glimpse into Lil Wayne’s life over an extended period of time, with exclusive footage that will never be seen on anything but Streets Talk DVD."
Weezy's documentary is going to be released at Sundance apparently. Should be an interesting look into an interesting rap career.
What I'm really waiting to see is how much time will be spent talking about his Ghost Writers.
I've always wondered what it was like for a guy like Wayne in high school. Did kids look at him like "You're Weeziness!" or "Dude. Stop trying to rhyme about pelicans and pecans." I would be willing to be that while He'd like us to believe the former, it was more like the latter.
Here's the trailer if you want to watch, though it's fairly uninformative. Which is really how I am betting the documentary is. If his unintelligible interviews are any sign, I'm going to have to be as impossibly high as Wayne to understand any of it.