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“Nightmares Of The Bottom” – Review Of Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV

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Despite the ever-publicized prison sentences and push-backs, Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV has been one of the most talked about and highly anticipated albums of this year.

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“Tha Carter IV” Sells A Million, Lil Wayne Ascends The Throne

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Looks like <a href="">Lil Wayne's</a> Tha Carter IV may have cracked a million in first week sales, although it depends on which source is to be trusted.

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For The Free: Win Your Own Lil Wayne (Standee)

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Originally, I was going to keep this really cool <a href="">Lil Wayne</a> cardboard standee.

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Best Rapper Alive?: The 15 Most Absurd Lyrics From Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV

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Some MCs live and die by the metaphor and <a href="">Lil Wayne's</a> ventilator just so happens to have his ABC's on it.


Lil Wayne Takes A Shot At Jay-Z On “It’s Good”

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Track 14 from Tha Carter IV just sprung a leak and things got a little more real in the process.

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Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter IV” To Go Digital First

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<a href="">Lil Wayne</a> plans to use a similar strategy as his industry counterparts Jay-Z and Kanye by releasing Tha Carter IV to iTunes, Amazon.


Lil Wayne Feat. Drake & Rick Ross – “She Will (Original Version)”

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With an album as delayed and derailed as Tha Carter IV, there was bound to be a series of adjustments.


Lil Wayne Feat. Drake – “She Will”

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Tha Carter IV's at your door as we move from one large-scale release to the next.


Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter IV” Will Look Like This

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Lil Wayne's Carter IV official tracklisting has been unveiled and the long-player will be 15 songs deep.


Watch: Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV TV Promo

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Quick TV promo clip for Lil Wayne's much anticipated Tha Carter IV.

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First Look: Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV Deluxe Edition Cover

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Even though we don't have more than <a href="">a rumored tracklisting</a> and <a href="">reaffirmation from Tez</a> that the August 29th release date is "not changing," we do have both versions of Tha Carter IV's album covers.

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Lil Wayne’s “John” Video Featuring A Disabled Rick Ross

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<a href=""> Jesus H. Christ, I quit. Why in the holy hell is Ross seen in the "John" video standing at points and then sitting in a wheelchair for other parts? Is there a character portrayal going on that we, the audience, are unaware of? Too tired to stand after shooting this one and <a href="">Ace's video</a> on the same day.

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On Lil Wayne, Tha Carter IV And Faux Libraries

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<a href=""> 2011 has already been a trying year for Hip-Hop, with controversy piled over top outrage surmounted by confusion, only to all overshadow the handful yet memorable pieces of music we laid claim to. Goodbye to the days where the musician created a celebrity. Hello to the fully visualized dawn where the more outrageous, bizarre or inconspicuously wack you are the better your chances are to skip a few steps and find yourself in a graduating class typically reserved for the talented. It's a clear cut sign of the times when even the truly talented, like our subject at hand Lil Wayne, allows himself to work with the machine opposed to fighting against it. He's undoubtedly proven himself the star; supreme victor of capturing the spotlight where most seasoned acts looked visibly unsure what to do in the Internet age. Yet and still for all his triumph through the power of overloading material and championing nonsensical babble, there remains a massive void in his torchbearing touch. Naturally, my hasty critical analysis is stemming just from glaring at Wayne's approved cover for Tha Carter IV. Yep, he pulled this wallet-sized gimmick <a href="">last time out</a> but it's bigger than just a couple chuckles at the silliness of it all.


4.18 The Cooler

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<a href=""> Orlando Rae Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV Pushed Back To June <a href="">[TUD]</a> Guy Arrested for Cracking Jokes Near Police <a href="!5792710/guy-arrested-for-cracking-jokes-near-police">[Gawker]</a> Boy Arrested Over Spilled Milk <a href="">[The Daily Beast]</a> Drake Vs.

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Lil Wayne – “Show ‘Em What You Got”

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<a href=""> The other day, "Lollipop" came on for the first time in about a year, so I set aside my biases and enjoyed the sucker single for what it was worth. With more mass appeal than the entire Gangstarr fanbase, <a href="">Lil Wayne's</a> first number one had many a footnote.

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Lil Wayne Feat. Rick Ross – “If I Die Today”

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<a href=""> "If I die today, it'd be a holiday." Luckily, I love Ricky's "I'm Not A Star" because Wayne basically strong-armed Ross for it and revamped the tune, calling it "If I Die Today." Or it could be <a href="">called "John"</a> but I'm sure we'll find out if and when iTunes releases it.

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Lil Wayne Feat. Cory Gunz – “6 Foot, 7 Foot” Video

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<a href=""> “6 Foot 7 Foot” itself is a classic re-emergence for <a href="">Weezy</a>.

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