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First of all, I am not a "rap fan who is crying about this album being rock."
I wish I would have waited til it came out so I could have listened to all the track samples to know whether I wanted to purchase the entire CD.
I just don't understand... The only good song in my opinion is the track he performed with Eminem during the Grammys... and even it is iffy.
Love No 8 best on the disc, made me a fan :) Awesome voice, very expressive.
Love MM ;))) nice combination of talents
its the best album ever
i would recomend it to my friend russell and my girlfriend rynisha and my friend marc personius
This is Lil Wayne's rock CD, quick I actually like. Good songs, some nice instrumental blasts, and Lil Wayne's distinctive voice. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lil Wayne is not a Rock and Roll singer, he is a rapper and he should stick to it. Though there is plenty of good songs and catchy beats.Published 14 months ago by Simon
It's nice to see lil Wayne do something alittle different. It's no where near the best cd he made but its still decent. I enjoyed it.Published 16 months ago by Dejau
Imagine sticking a hot metal rod in your ear then getting slapped in the face while you do it. That would be better than listening to this crap. Read morePublished 16 months ago by bigbub
Awesome music and a great listen. Copied it to my iphone so I can listen to it all the time. Never get tired of it. Love all of his music. Highly recommend it. Great CD.Published 17 months ago by Keith Campbell
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mine got returned customer service had no clue as to why,but they gave me five dollars off my next purchase and promised a refund when it got back to them,would have rather had the cd,lil wayne should have kept this release so close to chirstmas he would have had bigger sales then when ever he... Read More
Dec 15, 2009 by Emma M. Mitchell | See all 19 posts
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I don't think all rappers should stick to "their genre." I think musicians of any style should experiment from time to time.
With such experimentation, there's going to be failures. And I do think Lil Wayne's album here is a failure, but I don't really mind that.
I'm more bothered by... Read More
Feb 15, 2010 by Miami Nights | See all 5 posts