B.G.'z, "From tha 13th to tha 17th" (1995)
Then a foul-mouthed 12-year-old named Baby D, Lil Wayne made his recording debut alongside a "Lil Doogie" on 1995 Cash Money EP as the B.G.'z, rapping about "smoking beaucoup spliffs and clockin' much, much dollars. Writes Andrew Noz, "Legend has it that Wayne's mom pulled him from the project after hearing the profanity, leaving the album – and by default the name – in the hands of Doogie, the man they now call B.G."