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Tha Carter IV ~ Lil Wayne
Tha Carter IV ~ Lil Wayne
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars President Carter, 2 Sep 2011
This is a must buy for all true Weezy fans, and one of the top hip hop releases of 2011.

Many would argue that Lil Wayne's creative peak spanned from Tha Carter II's 2005 release, to the 2008 release of Tha Carter III, with multiple mixtapes and features along the way.

This may be true to an extent - he was unmatched in quality output in that time. But Lil Wayne's grown and not been afraid to experiment, make side steps and work with new artists whilst building the Young Money brand.

Since Tha Carter III we've seen 2 free mixtapes (the… Read more
I Am Not A Human Being ~ Lil Wayne
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Free Weezy, 18 Oct 2010
Lil Wayne is one of the most prolific rappers of the past 5 years, and whether you're a fan or not, his influence on the game can't be underestimated. Even though he's been in jail for most of 2010, over the past year Wayne has released the No Ceilings mixtape, Rebirth, We Are Young Money, and now I Am Not A Human Being. And that's without all the collaborations he's featured on (Eminem's No Love is a classic), and the countless videos he filmed in the run up to his jail time.

This is for the fans.

If you weren't a fan of the rockier Rebirth album, then check out I Am Not A Human Being. Although the title track could easily have slotted in on that album, there's some… Read more
Double Think ~ Akala
Double Think ~ Akala
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Akala's 3rd release is confident and every track's quality. Many different influences on show... he's not just your bog standard grime artist. Some tracks are heavy and Prodigy-like, others have elements of nu-metal... while others are very melodic. But it's in the lyrics and delivery that Akala really does stand out from the crowd. The album may not be as commercial as many others out there - but the album deserves multiple listens. Stand out tracks are: Psycho, Xxl, Yours and My Children & It's Not That Serious.