Review Roundup: Lil Wayne – ‘Tha Carter IV’

Tha Carter IV

Lil Wayne puts on his graduation cap and marches into stores with Tha Carter IV, the follow-up to 2008’s multi-platinum Tha Carter III. The Young Money captain unleashes his long-awaited ninth album with help from Drake, Rick Ross, André 3000, John Legend, Nas, and more, who fill out the 15 tracks on the standard edition. After years of anticipation and several delays, did C4 live up to the hype or fall short? The reviews are in.

USA Today: But now that it’s finally here, Weezy has packed the lineup with more than enough repeat-worthy tunes to make it worth the delays. … He comes armed with a steady stream of punch lines (“When it Waynes, it pours”) over banging beats. 3.5/4

Rolling Stone: Weezy doesn’t have the same speed-demon intensity he had five years ago—and he’s just as casual and sloppy about his approach to official album releases. … The best parts of Tha Carter IV range from “President Carter,” an anti-war rant over a spooky harp loop, to the spaced-out Rick Ross duet “John,” where Wayne says, “If I die today, remember me like John Lennon.” 3.5/5

The Washington Post: Nothing else on Tha Carter IV comes within miles of ["6 Foot 7 Foot"]—and Wayne seems to know it. He already sounds fatigued on the second track, “Blunt Blowin’,” which mutates Aerosmith’s “Dream On” into a club-friendly shape.

The Boston Globe: Wayne makes no attempt to be inventive. “Megaman” sounds like “Ransom,” a three-year-old throwaway that was used more to introduce the world to Drake than anything else. Drake, by the way, offers up a ridiculous hook for “She Will,” but the song sounds like it was split at birth with T.I.’s “Poppin’ Bottles.”

Chicago Tribune: The years-in-the-making Tha Carter IV is designed to restore Lil Wayne’s reputation, but it falls short. At his best, Wayne was positively psychedelic in his wordplay, capable of creating entire alternative worlds out of a few surrealist metaphors. But he sounds slower, more methodical, less unhinged on Tha Carter IV. 2/4

SPIN: We won’t hold Tha Carter IV against Lil Wayne. He remains a compelling artist and a standard-bearer for a generation of endlessly productive rappers. But nothing lasts forever. Weezy is dead. Long live Weezy. 6/10

The Village Voice: Looking for the truly bizarre references and star-eating tendencies of Wayne’s best work? They’re absent on C4, replaced by an apparent interest in being America’s most proficient Blood (“Blunt Blowin’”) who is also an ace cunnilingus performer (“So Special”) and frequent sober strip club denizen (“She Will”).

Rap-Up’s Favorite Tracks: “6 Foot 7 Foot,” “Nightmares of the Bottom,” “She Will,” “So Special”



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113 Comments

  1. carol

    very bad reviews #RIP YOUNG MONEY

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    maya Reply:

    @carol, young money? Drake & Nicki are doing just fine.

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    JussSayin Reply:

    @maya,
    You gotta wait till the sophmore album hun… theres always the sophmore curse.

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    StarsRblind Reply:

    @carol, Those wouldn’t be considered bad reviews. Those are like B’s and C’s, which is positive to mixed. I agree with Rolling Stone the most. There are some really good parts, but Wayne doesn’t think about how he puts his album together to highlight songs, and for a person that is good for going over different beats and genres, there wasn’t a lot of variety or a theme to explain similarities. There are some really thought out songs on there though…the ones that aren’t are the problem.

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    Mellz Reply:

    When you have so much hype you’re bound to disappoint a few people, but I can honestly say this album is complete garbage. People need to get it through their heads that Wayne fell off hard. The funny thing is they’re actually people saying this album was better than “WTT”. Bragging about being in gangs got old about 10 years ago. I must say the only things I found impressive were T-pain on “How To Hate” & Andre 3k on that Interlude

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    KingJ Reply:

    @Mellz, You are so right… It’s Definitely Not Better Than Watch The Throne… Lil Wayne Is 28 He Has to mature in his lyrics.. he still raps about blunts and gangs… zzzzzz…. thats how i feel… but Mirrors and President Carter Go HARD… A song with a purpose!!!!

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  2. EyFresh

    eyfresh.tumblr.com <— Weezy F and the F is for never FLOPS!!!

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    rihannastan! Reply:

    @EyFresh, watch the throne>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    SHADE by all means..uhkayyyyyyyyy!lol

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  3. Yin-and-yang

    President Carter!!!

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  4. Anonymous

    Failed to live up to it’s hype!!!!!!!!!!

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    StarsRblind Reply:

    @Anonymous, The hype was created by the people. It’s not his fault. When at any point was Lil Wayne saying or describing what to expect from Tha Carter IV? He doesn’t do a lot interviews, he just says buy it.

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    MeloRockstarr Reply:

    @StarsRblind, Shut up he was talking bout how he had one song that was gone be on there and make rappers quit He did have part in the hype

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  5. cole

    #sad

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  6. MusicHead

    Well, a least we still have J. Cole’s album to look forward to #ColeWorld.

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    Chri$ Reply:

    @MusicHead, and TM:103 ofcourse!!!

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @Chri$, Say it one mo’gain!

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    Real Issh Reply:

    @MusicHead, 9/27 !!! #ColeWorldddd

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  7. Tony

    some shit

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  8. No

    Wayne is just not the same smh WTT was WAYY better. #Sad. #ThingsBetterThanTheCarterIV is trending world wide too lol

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  10. saint

    this album is pure shit! if he is ”best rapper alive” then hip hop is sooooooo dead!

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    Jaydawg Reply:

    @saint, Hip hop never died fool Wayne will have a bad day but this album is way better than wtt man you just hatin’

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  11. Chri$

    i was actually going to buy the album until i heard the album when it leaked. VERY DISSAPOINTING:((((

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  12. iCole

    I thought it wasn’t that bad

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  13. your mom

    Rap is stupid on the whole so this is just another
    Piece of concrete evidence to me. Rap sells but who’s
    Buying ? Pretty much in the words of Megadeth.

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  15. DRB

    I’m hoping Drake and especially J Cole can save this year. WTT was disappointing. This is extra blah. I’m also dying for OutKast and we all need LH back.

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    yoo Reply:

    @DRB, ur a fuckin idiot

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @DRB, Drake is too busy singing these days. You may as well purchase the latest R&B album for all of that. I enjoyed WTT but you’re right. It wasn’t as good as we all expected it to be. You put two of the greatest on an album and you’d expect it to be on point. Sadly, they do better on their solo projects. Thankfully we have J.Cole, Jeezy, and Nas to look forward to. Weezy lost it after Carter II in my opinion. Carter III was decent but Carter IV is just a mess!

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  16. John Carter

    Ok, Look, yes the carter 3 is better but check out Sorry 4 Tha Wait. thats some hot shit and i dont care if it was years in the making and he didnt live up to his hype. he dont need hype, he got that shit. he been in the game since he was 12,on that B.G. shit then hot boys, so he been in the game for a min longer then kanye. i think he goona do him and yall still gonna keep listen to him.

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @John Carter, Sorry 4 the Wait was TERRIBLE!!!! It sounds just like Carter IV, a mess.

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    Miss T Reply:

    @KimIsTheQueen, actually watch the throne was a mess and carter 4 aint too bad it out sold watch throne my a whole lot….wayne is maturing in his music you cant do the same shit all your life ppl get tired of hearing the same stuff.

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    Big Sean Reply:

    @John Carter, The fact that he’s been around longer than kanye and yet kanye is better both lyrically and commercial than him doesn’t help his case.

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    BenP Reply:

    @Big Sean, Nigga youre name is Big Sean lmfao! That fool is trash C4>than youre life!

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    Big Sean Reply:

    @BenP, First of all I am not a “nigga” you ignoramus; I do not fit into the stereotype of uneducated African Americans like yourself. My name being Big Sean doesn’t overshadow the fact that Tha Carter 4 is lackluster and Wayne fades in comparison to Kanye West. Also i am definitely sure the album of Lil Wayne is not of more value than my life but being an ignorant fool as yourself i am not surprised.

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    JAy-Z-Z Reply:

    @Big Sean, He is told

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  17. Hanz

    6 foot 7 foot is pretty good, but I regret buying this cd. :( there’s probably 3 or 4 goodd songs out of almost 20. At least we still got Kanye, Nicki Minaj (sometimes), Jay-Z and Drake among others still making great hip-hop. Lil Wayne has a great catalogue and should be remembered as a legend!

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @Hanz, LMao you should’ve downloaded the leak first! Listen, I’m a HUGE fan of music but there are some artists who aren’t consistent. I need to listen to the album before I buy it. Whether it be a stream or download. When it leaked, it was trending on twitter and if you read the tweets, you’d see that the majority of people said it was terrible. Weezy isn’t consistent anymore. He proved that when he started making pop songs and talking about eating girls out, effing the world, and getting puss in almost every song!

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    Drizzy Reply:

    @Hanz, Nicki Minaj? Good hip hop? I beg to differ. She has take a turn to the pop world

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  18. Zee

    “Mind in one place, heart in another”… Weezy should go back 2 that c2 flow coz ever since he started wearing skinny jeans he fell off. Bt hz stil my fav rapper, ima cop that c4 shit.

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @Zee, Cosign! Out of nowhere he adopted this skateboarder vibe and his flow suddenly changed. I never thought I’d see the day where Weezy would be SINGING on a track -_-

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  19. TRA

    Lil Wayne is a talented rapper, but The Carter IV is probably his worst album ever. For a guy who says he is the best rapper alive, he could had released an album that was much better than this. Kanye West and Jay-Z’s Watch The Throne Album isn’t a hip hop classic, but it is a good album, and much better than The Carter IV. Lil Wayne needs to go back to the drawing board, and rediscover the magic he made with The Carter and The Carter II.

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @TRA, Which means he needs to make amends with Gilli Da Kid and have Gillie write for him again….

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    BenP Reply:

    @KimIsTheQueen, I liked it*shrug* Gille da kid ‘claim’ he wrote C1 not C2 which is his best album. Ima keep bumping C4 throug I dont care what critics say.

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    Wayne Reply:

    @BenP, me too I love it and am shocked at people saying there dissapointmented when sorry 4 tha wait lowered my expectations I was pleasantly surprised

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  20. yoo

    Look guys, this is what rappers get when they keep pushing album release dates. They increase expectations. Great expectations lead to great disappointment. period!

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @yoo, So true. We really have to stop believing the hype and having such high expectations.

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  21. saio

    only wannabes gonna buy this bull$hit
    there are way better albums on itunes like Bad Meets Evil – Hell: The Sequel, Big Sean – Finally Famous, Game – RED Album, Royce Da 5’9 – Success Is Certain, Jay-Z & Kanye West – Watch the Throne, Tinie Tempah – Disc-Overy and the go on

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    saio Reply:

    *the list go on

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    Drizzy Reply:

    @saio, in the next two months, you get the kanye and jay-z of the future in j.cole and drizzy droppin their albums. i’m not building any hype for it, but this year is surprisingly one of the strongest for the rap game that we’ve seen in years..

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    saio Reply:

    @Drizzy, that true i have huge hope for drake & cole albums
    also there also young jeezy TM:103 & yellawolf first album under eminem label
    also fabolous album loso way 2 gonna kill weezy bull$hit
    and detox gonna make history if dre finish the album until the end of the year

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  22. Drew

    THIS ALBUM SUCKS

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  23. DaDonRoMaN

    I Actually Liked The Album

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  24. shy

    man fuck vwut dey sed tha c4 waz like c4 it was dah bomb shit dat album was hott i liked it

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  25. Jbills

    C4has a different approach then other albums from wayne but tunechi is back the motha fucka produced some good music lil wayne is still the best and is basically a lyrical genious with sick beats!! Keep it up lil wayne

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  26. Jbills

    C4

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  27. Big Sean

    Kinda knew this album was gonna fail with the lackluster singles and every sample video having Wayne say shit, fuck, pussy and kill every 5 seconds because he has lack of vocabulary and lyricism whatsoever. #SMH Weezy has fell off but some just don’t want to admit it. Guess this album should be evidence enough.

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  28. R.E.D.

    Bye weezy!!!! C4 is whack got destroy on his own shiit by nas & tech nine. Nine had a slightly better 16 than nas (0.5%) but weezy fell off after c3 by making commercial pop & rock songs (IE down let it rock & drop the world) no dude. Fuck weezy nowhere near “best rapper alive” jump off jay’s dick when u hit the levels of nas em & jay then this nigga can talk until then u will be remember as the rapper who wants woman to ” lick me like a lollipop”

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    Wow Reply:

    @R.E.D., Yeah Nas DID THAT! damn Nas didn’t have to do it like that! He spit that venom! It’s sad, the best tracks are the ones where Wayne isn’t on them.

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  29. Minkka

    This album was the worst Carter… The album overall is C @ best.

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  30. abj

    i dont knw y som people just like hating on lil wayne.u could say u dont lik him but his music is great.if u understand wat he says nd listen well u ll definately love it.nd wayne is having some songs nw that re deeply with meanings,he d best rapper 4 me.jay ye didnt mak 500k wayne abt 700 to 850 or even more hahaha

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  31. RDK

    so all of you followers are going off the reviews…don’t none of you have music sense to review the album yall selves without out side influence sigh it sux to be a follower….anyways hope is fans support and the album do well…because it,s hard in the game right now.

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    Drizzy Reply:

    @RDK, here’s a review for you. I liked TC4, only cuz i didn’t know what to expect:

    In all honesty, this album has about two or three bad quality songs (“MegaMan” and “Abortion,” if you consider the deluxe edition, “I Like The View”). However, the rest of the songs are either songs you can’t help but repeat again and again, or songs that make Wayne Wayne. If someone is in the mood for witty lines, this album has plenty of it. Out of 10, I give it an 8.5, because of those three misses, and the repetitive lines he uses (e.g., “Weezy F..”) in some of his songs. It may not be the true rap fans/haters want to hear, but it’s all the hip-hop you’d hear banging in cars, clubs, and headphones.

    I formed my review without reading any of the “experts.” Hopefully this satisfies you.

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    Wayne Reply:

    @Drizzy, R u kidding mega man banged nigga

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  32. mr 50 cent

    hater are all out but the album is for fans not haters or experts and we the fans love it that is why it is selling up to 800k first week. go cry haters

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  33. maya

    I know some of ya’ll seen that trending topic on twitter. #thingbetterthancarterIV

    No one is checking for Wayne anymore, this isn’t 2008.

    I’m so sick of him & his dumb ass punchlines. It’s so annoying for him to talk down on women with no hips and call us bitches all the time. Maybe he’ll go back in the lab & actually write music w| SUBSTANCE.

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  34. Kway

    wait…why yall coming down on wayne? the “King” of hip hop eminem had a really bad album too(relapse) but nobody was coming down on him so be quiet

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    maya Reply:

    @Kway, That relapse won a grammy, sold 500k in the first week, & came back hard af w| relapse. SIT!

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    maya Reply:

    @maya, recovery*

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    Wayne Reply:

    @maya, this will literally do
    All of that no matter what critics say

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    maya Reply:

    @Wayne, really b/c the last time wayne topped the charts was 2008, we shall see…

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  35. jackswagger

    I actually enjoyed tha Carter IV , no its not carter 2 , or carter III but its decent. WTT so far is the best overall hip hop album this year. Games album was straight too. big sean album was ‘aight’.

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  36. EPICUSERNAME

    To me this was a good album *shrugs*

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  37. Uterus Album

    This album is one big uterus! I see why there is a track called “Abortion”! Dude needs to get back on them drugs to help with his “Creativity”! Donna(Drake) sounds like him and Wayne(uterus) are twins, because they sound a like and have the same lame nonsense lyrics!

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  38. Triniti

    The critics must not have heard the same album I did. NEXT!

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  39. ovoxo

    C4 is terrible. I miss the “Fireman” days.

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  40. Alex

    I really wanted this to be a great album.. I LOVED the carter 3 and listened to it so much that i have the whole cd memorized. I just dont feel the same way about carter 4 and iv tried to listen to every song but I only like how to hate and thats it. I love lil wayne but he could have done much better.. :(

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  41. NotAmused

    The album isn’t bad, it was just over-hyped.

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  42. cedro

    everyone who dies not like the album isn’t a hater cmon this is in no way better than carter3 this is a OK album

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  43. kev

    i think the album is staright the only thing is that all the song with good uptempo beats with alot of base are the ones that he has out for singles IE 6 foot 7 foot john ft rick ross she will that was leaked before the album dropped…i mean i agree its not the best carter ever but wayne is wayne still my dude ima rock wit him and support that man…if he wudnt have put out so many singles the songs that we all got to enjoy before da album dropped it wud b golden…he been gone too long true or false right or wrong…RIGHT…now im waitin on c5…c4 was his chance to shock da world one more time the perfect title (CARTER4) C4…i was jus waitin for it to blow up it did but jus not the kinda boom i was expectin…I FUCKS WIT U WAYNE…C2 hard body hard body carter carter carter…

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  44. Mee too

    100 % garbage, what happen to weezy

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  45. Fcknoobs

    @kway You don’t know shit about lyricism if you think relapse was bad( it won album of the year yet it wasn’t his best work). Relapse is WAY harder then that recovery pop shit. You haters only want hip pop. Go back to listening to soulja boy son…

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  46. Real Issh

    Read this.. Everyone has that ONE album that is the greatest album ever & nothing will top it.
    Chris Brown: Exclusive
    Trey Songz: Ready
    Keri Hilson: In A Perfect World
    Nas: Illimatic
    Avril Lavinge: Best Damn Thing (LOLOLOL)
    Rick Ross: Teflon Don — So forth & so on..
    Wayne’s best album is Tha Carter III. Oh well.

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  47. Manjeo22

    This album, remind me of how good WTT the throne is. I would not put this sh*t in my ipod even if I got it for free.

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    Drew Reply:

    @Manjeo22, exactly

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  48. kash

    I think the album isnt as good as the carter 3, but its still a solid album. President Carter is amazing !

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  49. Joyams

    I am a big wayne fan, i like the album but i understand the critics in the way that he should bring something new and deeper to his songs, like C3. I love him tho.

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  50. kobeschica

    Blunt blowin, polo draws showin..etc.
    That basically means he don’t give a _______ ( fill in the blank)! Haha! I like him :) got nothing bad to say about Lil Wayne

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  51. Bryan

    I like Wayne…but this album sucks hard IMO.

    Andre and Tech 9 sound dope…but damn,what happened man.Such a disappointment.Download for free,don’t buy this shit.
    WTT&RED are so much better than this it’s not even funny.And that hurts to say cuz I ain’t a fan of The Game either.

    Perhaps he got some bootyplay in jail?

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  52. TRA

    I agree with Byran, I think Lil Wayne is a talented rapper, but The Carter IV was a major disappointment despite the fact The Carter IV will sell a million copies real soon. Every great rapper has at least one classic album that fans and critics can point to and call a classic. Nas has a classic album in Illmatic. 2Pac has two classics in Me Against The World, and All Eyez On Me. The Notorious B.I.G. has a classic in Ready To Die. Jay-Z has four classics in Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint, The Black Album, and American Gangster. Outkast has three classics in Aquemi, Stankonia, and Speakerbox/The Love Below. Kanye West has two classic albums which are College Droput, and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Eminem has a classic album in The Marshall Mathers LP. I like Lil Wayne, but Lil Wayne has yet to make a career defining album like the rap artists I’ve mentioned above. The closest to a classic that Lil Wayne has is The Carter and The Carter, and not everyone, including myself believe those are classics. Lil Wayne will always sell records because he has a great fanbase, but unless he makes a game-changing classic other rappers have done before him, and even after him, then he will only be remember as an over-hyped rapper, Lil Wayne has the talent to make a classic in the future, but The Carter IV was over-hyped, and very terrible.

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    Big Sean Reply:

    @TRA, I agree and i think because he has such a huge fanbase he has pushed out real storytelling and substance to cater for this new generation of listeners you prefer his profanity to real hip-hop with a message. Lil Wayne is a perfect victim of the music industry these days which is committed to putting out garbage to satisfy kids who are obsessed with carnage in place of real talent and a good message.

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    mikewizz Reply:

    @Big Sean, yes because biggie and tupac rapped about rainbows and teddy bears…rap has always had this message man, wtf are you even saying? Generation aint got shit to do with it, it’s just delivery.

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    Drew Reply:

    @TRA, Jay-z only has 2 classics. reasonable doubt and blueprint…

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  54. Ray

    wateva wayne was on in im into you, hustle hard and motivation, he needs to get back on that shit….

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  55. brown

    civ beast u guys don’t fuk with it ur problem but it is gonna sell a milli for sure

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    Aw man! Reply:

    @brown, Yes sir! I like the album, don’t no what alot of these people problem is, but if they are going by what the critics say, then I guess they don’t have minds of their own! And before some of these people get all hot and bothered, I read somewhere, his album is going to out sell Jay’s and Kanye’s album, is that true, just what I read?

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  56. pArallel-intersect

    as far as albums is concerned n comparing em to others id say this does not bi ani strch of the imagination stnd head n shoulda above othrs(more specificali WTT n RED) th onli rebuttal i hav is 4 c4 is dat lyricalli weezy was on point like cactus wth insane wit n sarcasm__if ye don giv him credit aniwer els atleast spare him on dat1__
    oda than all is not lost 4 hiphop albums dis yR_ cole sideline storY, drake take care n loso waw 2 is on they way_light at th end of th tunnel_!!!!!

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  57. Sega

    Wsnt worth d wait buh the shit s great

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  58. dave

    did some fool just say at least we have j coles album to look forward to? no wonder hip hop is dieing.

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  59. dave

    sorry 4 the wait was 10 times better

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  60. Thats real

    #DONE that is all

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  61. mikewizz

    I gotta say I liked the album. Notes, President Carter, Nightmares of the Bottom, She Will, and 6′ 7′ of course…and these are just my favorites. So many people now think rap should be fast and have some crazy beat or they call it boring, but Lil’ Wayne figured it out in my opinion…he slows down his raps for us to actually HEAR the lyrics without having to look that shit up. All you kids that talk shit on this will say “ahhh nas was awesome.” “andre 3k was awesome.” You just saying that shit cus they are legends and it’s easy to say they’re good cus they are publicly accepted so. Take a sec and listen to what this man says in his lyrics, and how he twists words to make them have so many meanings…very satisfied with it.

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  62. trizzy

    BLUNT BLOWIN””datz my favourite trackkk””d song iz fuckin hot,,,,,best rapper alive”weezy baby”’

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    Alsoknownas2 Reply:

    The first time I heard da album,da onli songz dat popped was megaman an how to hate,bt it seems lik u never really seem to get the full effect of an album da first time u listen to it,mayb cuz ur lookn for smtn special,bt wen I went bac an jus listend to it,i discoverd mirror(im addictd to it) an songz lik up up an away,bt I jus think he orderd the songz wrong,to were u cnt really get the effect,an it was tooo much songz dat was jus strait metaphorz an nthn elze,bt da whole album lyrically is insane,an I think srry 4 da wait is crazy,b4 srry for da wait I think he ran outta stuff to say an b4 he had fallen off,bt he bac stong as eva,#weezy bst rapper alive

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  63. Moe

    Lol wtf?!?! Jay z has four classics lol since when?!? That mutha fucca ain’t got substance, be just rapped about Marcy this, hustling that, and introducing himself as hov along with occasional love affairs and he damn sure don’t offer substance now, y’all just on his dick cuz he is the oldest new York native still rapping.

    PAC had substance, but biggie shit was no different than wayne’s, biggie rapped about going to hell, money, hoes and being fat black and ugly he said it hisself. He had stories, yea but no more substance than Wayne, ppl just crown him cuz he got shot and died early

    Ain’t nobody bitch about kanye going pop cuz he damn sure did with some of the bullshit he made and he ain’t got substance no more,

    I think ppl hate Wayne cuz he ain’t changing or paying attention to the criticism. And I don’t blame him, do what work for you. He just rapping about his life and lately that’s been fucking hoes and making money

    And drake has no substance outside of bitching about failed relationships. The old drake was the best drake on comeback season and room for improvement where his flow was ridiculous. Listen to come winter, city is mine, am 2 pm, scorpios mind, comeback season, thats the drake that kanye can’t even fucc with

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    Drew Reply:

    @Moe, but Lil Wayne rap skills are falling off. his rap alllllll hashtag rap. and this line ends it for me… ” To my niggas in the game, keep the game fair/Players play, coaches coach and cheerleaders cheer…”

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  64. benson

    the album is dope as shit with subs a big blunt and a slurpee in my drink holder ya naw i meen

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  65. G Hurt

    If you smoke a blunt just chill and listen to c4 its worth the time and money

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  66. courtney

    real weezy fans never hate .. he just got outta jail let him get a fucking break you are all FRAUDS for trashing him hes been in the game for over a decade he can have a few off songs cause everything else is flawless

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  68. derrick

    Not a big Wayne fan anymore but I thought carter . Was his best work lyricaly

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