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Cash Money CEO Birdman is not a rapper by trade, but he has enough clout and gritty New Orleans attitude to pull off albums of his own. Of course, Birdman is only the name on the marquee — the star of this show is Lil Wayne. It’s easy to assume that Like Father Like Son would be stronger as a Wayne solo album, but that theory discounts the ways in which Birdman and Wayne’s voices blend and complement each other. Birdman’s stolid, workmanlike delivery is the perfect set-up for Wayne’s mischievous detours. When they collaborate on the perfectly pitched sticky soul of “1st Key” or “Don’t Die” it's hard to imagine a more effective duo. Still, Like Father Like Son catches Wayne in the middle of his banner season (2006-2007), and he gets all the best lines. “About All That” blends James Brown with Black Sabbath, as Wayne proclaims himself “mashed potato smooth,” but it is the title track that really enlivens his imagination: “I put you niggas in the closet in the shirt space / You niggas yellow like Sesame Street Bert's face / Worst case scenario, burial / Two tone Carara like Mascara / The G4 take your boy wherever.”

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weezy f baby

This album has great beats and greta rhymes all of lil waynes stuff is great but i wasn't too sure about baby after his second album Top Songs 1) Like Father Like Son 2)Know What I'm Doin 3)Stuntin Like My Daddy 4)Out The Poud 5)1st Key

baby and weezy are back at it again

Cash money hit the long ball on this one. Baby and lil wayne tear it up on several tracks. The album encorperates a mix of down to earth rap and bouncin rap. the best tracks for the rap game are... 1~you ain know 2~over here hustlin 3~like father like son the best songs that encorperate todays mainstream music are... 1~cali dro 2~stuntin like my dady 3~Get that money Enjoy this album because when weezy said "best rapper alive since the best rapperer died" he meant it.

Good Album for weezy fans, but not Tha Carter II

the album is straight, i mean its not tha carter or the carter 2, but birdman isnt versitle enough to keep up with wayne on a lyrica basis so the album is limited in that sense. bt it def has a few bangers on it. Army guns, Over here hustlin, the fat joe song, anf you aint know are the hottest tracks. 1st key is hot too, and of course stuntin like my daddy.


Born: February 15, 1969 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

When he's doing business, Cash Money Records CEO Bryan Williams uses his real name, but when he grabs the mike to spit Dirty South raps, Williams goes by the names Birdman or Baby. Williams formed Cash Money in 1991 with his brother Ronald "Slim" Williams. Releases by B.G., the Hot Boys, Juvenile, and many others built the Cash Money empire into a Dirty South powerhouse. Williams himself displayed his vocal skills on the Hot Boys albums, but it was with Cash Money's in-house producer, Mannie Fresh,...
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