Lil Wayne- Tha Carter IV ALBUM REVIEW


Lil Wayne- Tha Carter IV ALBUM REVIEW
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    It's a Lil Wayne album. What did you expect?
    
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    3/10
    
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    FAV TRACKS: MEGAMAN, 6 FOOT 7 FOOT
    
    LEAST FAV TRACK: ???
    
    LIL WAYNE- THA CARTER IV / YOUNG MONEY / 2011 / HIP HOP, POP RAP, GANGSTA RAP, SOUTHERN HIP HOP

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    1. Actually when this came out most of everyone I knew loved it. They were still in denial that Wayne was falling off. But then when Carter 5 came out, which was actually decent just like Dedication 6 which was a nice return to form, everyone shit on it. Wtf?

    2. Strong disagree. I would easily give it a 6 at a bare minimum. To me, it’s a good example of what Wayne does and his lyrics are very clever. Although “How to Love” is very bad, I really enjoyed a lot of the album. “6 Foot 7 Foot” / “She Will” / “MegaMan” / “Mirror” are good songs.

    3. Melon gonna give C5 a 4 simply because he doesn't like Wayne. Check his track review for Mona Lisa, he's already saying "I hope this is not the best track in the lp", like jesus fuck, don't be so biased going into a project. And he does this with other artists too, most notably Rocky. He shit on Testing earlier this year despite it being a good album. Just like he's not able to acknowledge anything Vince Staples puts out. I love Melon and his reviews, but you can tell when a review is biased and that's pretty depressing.

    4. You should review the first Carter. I've been a huge fan forever but I'll admit that his career seems to be shaped like a half pipe. Carter 3 was his lowest point where the bragging spiked and the effort dropped. And he was just barely outside of that with Carter 4. And I also feel like you give harsher critique to artists when you know that they care. You just make way to much sense to me conversationally for me to actually buy the fact that you think this is worth a 3 while Lil Pumps self titled project was worth a 7. Sure you could say that Pumps music is more self aware and it embraces the bubblegum factor in the right way whereas Weezies attempts at being meaningful are just somewhat ridiculous. But the lyricism in Weezies music and the way he has adapted to so many different beat types is undeniable. Alot of the lyricism in Carter 4 was the same way. And just because a better artist failed an attempt at anything (meaningfulness in this case) isn't a reason to place him under another artist that intentionally stays one dimensional and never confronts the challenge. I think you see that Wayne is somebody who utilizes his criticism and has already passed his window for ending up a dead kid. While it is true that death is not a reason to fuck with somebodies music, I think you realize that your negative review on Peeps album behind the thumbnail with "Not Good" pasted over a dead kids album art was not a good look. And your scared of a repeat of that. And I don't blame you at all. While I disagree with a lot of what you say I'm still a huge fan. And I think there's a lot more to keeping it constructive than you will ever admit.

      Edit: Just realized that your Pump review was actually a month before Peep died and not a month after as I had originally thought but I still stick to everything I said

    5. looking back compared to what we have nowadays, this is a classic. Tho when album was released I give it a 7/10 and Wayne has been my favorite rapper since 06.

    6. How can you listen to Tha Mobb by Lil Wayne and not take him seriously? what is wrong with you? you clearly don't like rap at that point