<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/10/martian-chronicles-the-lil-wayne-simile-counter"> There has never been a rapper like Lil Wayne--and there probably won't be one akin to him for some time. Aside from being one of the few rappers who still sells considerable amount of units on the regular, his character traits keep his name in the news when he's not holed up in the studio. The brazen yet nonchalant approach towards recording; Dwayne Carter easily churns out 200 songs annually. The stylistic dexterity that ignites his drive is merely analogical reasoning on the 3rd grade reading level and obviously wouldn't cut it for most artists trying to find a niche in such methods. And of course, his highly public debacles (impregnating multiple women, consistent run-ins with the law, male on male lip-bonding) that would make an otherwise burgeoning rapper's career spiral down the drain, but for Weezy, the bounds of his popularity continue to ascend through aerospace. Recorded in preparation for his absence due to a state-appointed vacation stemming from an illegal weapons possession, I Am Not A Human Being is a direct extension of Wayne's last outing, Rebirth, opposed to his last widely recognized album Tha Carter III. Rock-tinged anomalies of songs---much of which has be the apple of Wayne's affection as of late---pepper the LP to distinct the recipe of his preferred cookbook. The <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/09/lil-wayne-i-am-not-a-human-being-video">centerpieced title track</a> is a thrashed onslaught of heavy metal where Wayne exercises his inner rockstar to separate himself from the rest of the pack.
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