Lil Wayne and Eminem have been rapping for a long time, and have made a lot of music. When you've been doing for it as long as they have, it's important to ensure you're not doubling up on your lyrics.
The pair talked about the issue of repeating bars on the latest episode of Lil Wayne's Young Money Radio, saying they turn to google to ensure they haven't said something before during a song.
Speaking about how he writes a song, Eminem said, "When we first start out, it's just like a blank canvas. We paint on that shit and keeping painting until every area is full. When you made so many songs about everything, it gets a little tricky ... You start getting to the point where you've rapped about everything, you've rhymed every word there is to rhyme."
Wayne agreed, saying, "If you go through my phone history, my Google history and you press L, the first thing that will come up is 'Lil Wayne lyrics. I literally have to Google my lyrics to make sure I didn’t say certain stuff before."
Eminem was surprised to hear someone else did that, saying, "Yo, I swear to god I do that too. That’s funny as hell because I’ve been doing that for like the past five years, man. You be like, 'I knew I flipped this.'"
The pair also spoke about some of their favourite rappers going around right now, Michael Jordan's Last Dance documentary series and many more topics.
You can check out the chat below - it's an interesting insight into the minds of a couple hip-hop legends.