Lil Wayne's resurgent 2018 continues. Earlier tonight (Nov. 11), the rapper, who dropped off his eagerly anticipated Tha Carter V album back in September, took the stage to deliver a couple of dope performances on the latest episode of Saturday Night Live.

For his first performance of the night, Weezy performed "Can't Be Broken," a reflective track from his latest LP. The song itself features vocals from Danish singer-songwriterThomas Troelsen, but for this occasion, Weezy tapped electro-pop singer Halsey for hook duties.

Toward the very end of the show, Wayne took the stage once again—this time with Swizz Beatz for "Uproar," a G. Dep-sampling cut from Tha Carter V. Rocking the mic and some extravagant gear, Weezy bounced around the stage with Swizzy as a choir of dancers moved about behind them.

While two Weezy performances would have been dope enough on their own, Weezy made some time to give even more to his fans. At an earlier point of the episode, the New Orleans legend appeared in a skit with Future. For the bit, they collaborate with SNL cast members to create a parody rap song promoting consent.

Watch clips of Weezy's performances for yourself below.

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