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Many people have made the point that Lil’ Wayne has no business being considered a top tier rapper because he has no classic album. People just like those once said the same thing about Eminem. Unfortunately we don’t always understand what we have experienced until much time has passed. Consider Jay-Z and his debut. Critics and Hip-Hop fans alike wrote it off when it was released originally. By 2000 that album was considered an undeniable classic.
This brings me to Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter II. Many will say this is Wayne’s best compilation of work. It is an album that is post Hot Boys, yet pre-stardom for Weezy F. Although Wayne was not considered a mainstream star like he is now, he did gain a lot of notoriety from his previous effort Tha Carter and his mixtape with DJ Drama entitled The Dedication. With this album Wayne intended to up the ante a little bit and prove his claim as the best rapper alive.
Tha Mobb Produced by Heatmakerz No hooks found on this one. This is just Wayne showing his lyrical prowess on this one. Burial Untrue Zip Free on this page. The production is simple yet perfect for this track. Heavy bass is and Wayne delivers a very witty and somewhat long introduction track for this album. After listening to this track you can tell Lil’ Tune did not make this album for the mainstream. He drops jewels such as the “Beat keep crying/And I’m gonna keep beating her/Fee I’m fucking her/I’m deep in her/Sleep in her” 2. Fly In Produced by T-Mix & Batman This short track is to introduce the listener to the upper levels of “Tha Carter” which is Wayne’s Domain.
This is another no hook joint with only one verse. This beat will be used two other times on the album. Wayne starts off the track with some unbelievable lines. Long Drive Khiladi 786 Dj Mix Song Download. “They call me Mr.
Carter I kissed the daughter Of the deads forehead I killed the father Spilled the heart of a mildew hater I will put them body on chill like gla-ciers Gracias I’m crazy yes it’s obvious Going against me is atheist I got my angels on my shoulders and a quarter of that angel dust” 3. Money On My Mind Produced by The Runners & DJ Nasty & LVM Once this Track starts I started thinking that this album has not yet had one piece of production that I haven’t liked, nor could possibly be considered radio friendly. Another track based around hard bass, plus somewhat of a dark feel. I must say this song did remind me a little of Hov’s swag with lines like “Dear Mr. Toilet I’m the shit/Got these other haters pissed/Cause my toilet paper thick.” 4. Fireman Produced by Malkam Dior This served as the first single off of the album. Although the production still fits the albums feel, it is much more radio oriented.
Honestly, the song had to grow on me. I just remember Wayne walking around with fire around and catching a ride on a fire truck. I don’t know what that was about, but the song is pretty good. I guess this is around the time Weezy F. Became a star because a rapper with no relevance dissed him over this song. He claimed he was the fireman first Drag-on done fell off smh. More Fire Produced by Yonny This is Weezys attempt at Reggae.
Someone should have taken away his Purple Sprite when he said this was going on the album. I guess its better than the T-pain voice thing though. Seriously I had a hard time even figuring out what he was trying to say. On Tha Block #1 (Skit) Normally I don’t like skits on the album, but. No I can’t lie to you guys skip this. It’s just Wayne and Mack Maine talking about someone wanting to battle on film in South Beach. Best Rapper Alive Produced by Bigg D This production may be the first time I had heard Wayne use a rock influenced beat.
Many people didn’t like the song but I did. The strings seem to really bring Wayne a certain energy that most rappers do not have. He dropped some dope lines too. “Fuck up wit all these rookie MCs (whew!) smell like a bunch of pussy to me Fuck Em! Fuck ’em good fuck long fuck ’em hard Fuck who?
Fuck ’em all” 8. Lock And Load Feat. Kurupt; Produced by T-Mix & Batman One disappointment off the top.
No Verse by Kurupt. He would have been able to kill this beat, plus I think Wayne would have come even harder on this. Oh No Produced by Yonny At first I was worried when I read that Yonny had produced another track for this album after the disaster of “More Fire”. To my enjoyable surprise though, he delivered a nice track. Heavy bass and Wayne defiantly delivers. No hook but a nice sample that seems to make the song feel complete. Wayne hits you with a day in his life with the line “Pick a city buy a condo/Find a fine hoe/Let some time go/Chill/What you know about a bongo/Having her mind go/Over a convo/ about dough/Nothing”.
Grown Man Featuring Curren$y; Produced by T-Mix & Batman & Malkam Dior This definitely changes the vibe of the album a little bit. This is the only song that feels like it was made for radio success. It’s not bad at all though. This is the first place that a lot of people hear Curren$y and it is a nice track to be introduced on (too bad he and Wayne don’t do music together any more). The song is good but Wayne talking about some shit about the sunrise at the end was a little corny.
This is a turning point in the album a lot of songs have a soulful sound after this one. On Tha Block #2 (Skit) Another Skit means another skip 12. Hit Em Up Produced by Doe Boyz Although with the previous song Weezy F. Slowed it down, on this one he is right back to talking his shit. This song is amazingly raw and hard.
He is in rare form “Any motormouth could get hung high/We don’t fuck wit niggaz like fungi/We don’t even hear ya/Hollerin bullshit nigga quit the diaherra”. That’s the Wayne people wanted on. Carter II Produced by T-Mix & Batman This is the same beat Weezy touched on “Fly In”. He does a good job with it once again. His wordplay reminds me of Jay, true but at times I hear Cameron in him too. “Yeah I’m from New Orleans, the Creole cockpit We so out of it, zero tolerance Gangsta gumbo, I’ll serve ’em a pot of it I’m wealthy, still fuckin wit that block shit Wet your ass up, head to feet til your sock a drip” 14.