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Tha Carter IV (Deluxe Edition)

Lil Wayne

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Customer Reviews

good album

I know Lil Wayne has plenty of haters and that no matter what he puts out, haters gon hate. And yes, this is not his best work, but it still is a very decent album. A couple of letdowns but overall, he has done a good job considering all the hype. Note: Intro, Interlude and Outro all use the same beat and are considered by Wayne as one song broken up into three parts.
Intro - Some good ryhmes, complete freestyle with no hook, I'm happy having this as the intro 4/5
Blunt Blowin - Great beat here and a decent hook but the rhymes seem to be a bit too slow and tentative 3.5/5
MegaMan - Another freestyle from Wayne, a lot more lively and some nice lyrical skills shown here 4.5/5
6 Foot 7 Foot - Lil Wayne's first solo release since being released from jail is full of some hit and miss metaphors, and Cory Gunz does a solid verse himself 3.5/5
Nightmares of the Bottom - A surprisingly deeper song for Wayne, which fits in well with the previous tracks 4/5
She Will - Weezy's best single to date, the rhymes are decent from Lil Wayne, but Drake is unfortunately the highlight here, a catchy hook from him but I think a verse from Drake could've fit in between the second and third choruses 4/5
How To Hate - One of the lowpoints of the album, T-Pain is very annoying as usual (his hook is terrible) and the verses by Wayne aren't impressive either 1.5/5
Interlude - Tech N9ne is a beast as always on this track and 3 stacks gives a good verse as well, no weezy on this one 5/5
John - The beat is hard and heavy and heavily samples Rick Ross's I'm Not A Star, an ok song but not great 3/5
Abortion - Lil Wayne singing/rapping through decent rhymes with a decent hook, decent song 3.5/5
So Special - John Legend provides his much needed voice to this track, and he does well 4/5
How To Love - Good lyrics but this very unexpected "Lollipop" track has way too much autotune 2/5
President Carter - One of the best tracks Lil Wayne is in, great rhyming and a great beat 4.5/5
It's Good - Jay-Z diss sneaks it's way onto this track but it is a good song and Jadakiss does have a good verse 4/5
Outro - Another track with no Weezy, but the features are excellent, Shyne spoils it but other than that great 5/5
I lIke The View - It's got a catchy hook and Weezy rhymes quite good on this track 4/5
Mirror - Once Bad Meets Evil got Bruno Mars on "Lighters". Weezy couldn't miss out on the fun, probably the best bonus track 4.5/5
Two Shots - Decent but a bit too repetetitive and not great rhyming 3.5/5
Up Up and Away - Not Weezy's strong point and not a great rack to finish up on, quite a dissapointment 2.5/5
Overall - Weezy does do a good job on this CD and althugh it's not his best work, it is still worth listening to at least a few of the tracks 4/5

Great Album

A relly good album by lil wayne this is better then all of his other albums.

Ymcmb

Genius!!!

Biography

Born: 27 September 1982 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A game-changing artist and celebrity, Lil Wayne began his career as a near-novelty — a preteen delivering hardcore hip-hop — but through years of maturation and reinventing the mixtape game, he developed into a million-selling rapper with a massive body of work, one so inventive and cunning that it makes his famous claim of being the "best rapper alive" worth considering. Born Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. and raised in the infamous New Orleans neighborhood of Hollygrove, he was a straight-A...
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