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Tha Carter IV [Deluxe] [Explicit] Extra tracks, Explicit Lyrics

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Deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks and slightly different artwork. 2011 album from the Hip Hop superstar, his ninth studio album. Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III sold over three million copies, becoming 2008's bestselling album. This next installment has been in the works for over two years and features guest appearances and production from Cory Gunz, Drake, Tha Bizness, T-Pain, Tech N9ne, Rick Ross, John Legend, Kanye West, Jadakiss and many others.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 29, 2011)
  • Deluxe ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Cash Money
  • ASIN: B004R0MF16
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I just got the album, so maybe it needs to grow on me or something. Most of this album though is just Wayne coasting, from what I gather. Some of Wayne's best rapping has been on tracks we've already heard ("6'7") and some of the other brightest spots on the album come from guests (Tech N9ne, Nas, Drake, etc.) That's kind of depressing. How many times is Wayne gonna use the same flows, the same similes and metaphors ("life is a ...") and the same scatter-brain subject matter??? None of his songs are ABOUT anything in particular and it sounds like he's just doing one big freestyle for almost the entire album. I miss the songs that were ABOUT SOMETHING... Even if the song just had a loose concept or something to work around. The beats have been better and Wayne has been better. It's not BAD, it's just not GOOD like that. It's an inconsistent effort. I actually found Tha Carter III more engaging than this one... actually, Tha Carter I, II, and III were better than this. Damn... Again, not bad, just not that good either.

After Rebirth (which was an entirely different animal), I Am Not a Human Being and Tha Carter IV, I'm beginning to give up on Lil Wayne. 3 weak and mediocre albums from this dude? I don't think he has it anymore. Wayne can make a reggae album, a Spanish album and the Carter V if he wants to because at this point, I'm not interested in picking up another album anyway. I don't hate the album; I'm just tired of being disappointed.

Updated: 11/22/11 I haven't bumped this album much since the first week or two it was out... Just saying... 'Nuff said.
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Though this album contains at two of Wayne's best album tracks, Mirror and 6 foot, the album as a whole isn't as well-rounded or as solid throughout as the first three Carters. This album is a must for fans, but is lesser in quality than even Wayne's best mixtapes overall.
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As a person whose listened to Wayne since he's broke into the rap commercially since '98, this has to be one of worse albums I ever heard. Compared to the Carter I, II & III, it goes to show once some artists who has reached a level of success they can sometimes loose their way. Out of all 18 tracks, only 4 songs: So Special, How to Love, 6 Ft 7, and Megaman were only worth my attention -- the rest was either on average or had me down right scratching my head. Hopefully Wayne will be able take the constructive criticism of some people who actually care about his potential as a rapper because this album didn't do it for me as listener.
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When I first saw that the Carter IV had 18 songs my eyes rolled to the back of my head. Man, was I going to have to endure 18 tracks of this dude's nasal tone...
Well, after making every excuse for not listening to the album, I steeled myself and played it.
And I must say I was pleasantly surprised. Wayne sounds as confident as ever but actually mature in some way. It was good to see he didn't immediately depend on guest appearances. Guest started appearing on tracks already releases. The beats were typically layered and booming of course. The "let the beat build bitch" was in full effect. There were only a few tracks that I really felt compelled to skip (and most of those I already heard). There were plenty of over-the-top references but also lyrics that sounded like thoughtful insights (albeit he really needs to tone down that that nasal flow and go with the deeper gravelly voice). I'm sure the hip-hop purist won't find much to like. But overall, in this digital age of superficial lyrics, "whiny" rappers and an overload of mixtapes, Carter IV comes across as a well composed effort from a maturing artist who wants to expand his repertoire (did I really say that?). Anyways, it's not a classic but defintely head-over-heels above the other Wayne wanna be's.
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Okay people, if you really don't like Lil Wayne then why bother with him? If you don't like his style, which is really what this is, is his OWN style. Not every rapper or singer will have the same image. So understand that and get it through your head before you comment things that should be kept your self. There are more fans of Lil Wayne than haters. As I read these nasty comments, I can't help but wonder why you can't just enjoy it and shut up if you do and just simply walk away and not worry about it if you don't like it. Now that that's out of the way here are my thoughts on this CD.

1- It's a great follow up from the Carter 3.
2-Some songs are kind of over tuned but still deserve to be on the album.
3-It's just another hard work from Lil Wayne put into the album. This includes writing the material, recording different versions, putting them on track and then forming it into an album.

LIL WAYNE IS NOT A WANNABE BY THE WAY. According to his bio rapping and blood is all he knows in life and that does make him deserve to be a rapper if he wants to be. So again, if you're a true Lil Wayne fan, get this album if you haven't already and if you're a hater, go to someone else. Just because you hate a certain artist or rapper DOES NOT mean you should stick around all day and hate on them and waste YOUR time.
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Lil Wayne will never match the first Carter in my opinion. His wordplay, his flow, not to mention the amazing production from Mannie Fresh. That one had it all. This is a natural progression from number 3 though. It's definitely got some great production and great guest spots. I'd even say that the guests out-rap Wayne at times, especially Tech and Nas, maybe Busta as well. This will get him even more radio play and I'm sure it will sell a million because this is what's popular in the music industry today. Not saying that's bad but it is what it is.

As far as this album is concerned, there really aren't any "weak" tracks, but there aren't really any amazing tracks either. It flows well though and is worth the purchase if you are a fan. Wayne knows his target audience and serves them well here. Stand out tracks to me are Megaman, She Will, Interlude, Abortion, President Carter, Outro, and Mirror. Mirror should definitely be a single and would be a huge hit, although being a bonus track I'm not sure it could be released. Anyway, buy this if you like him, and if you don't then this won't change your opinion.
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