Lil' Wayne- Tha Carter II (2005)

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Rating
5 BX - Classic 897 42.84%
4 BX - Very Good... Highly recommended 775 37.01%
3 BX - It's Alright. Not great, but not crap as well 272 12.99%
2 BX - I suggest you stay away from this one 40 1.91%
1 BX - Trash! Don't waste your time on this! 110 5.25%
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 03-20-2006, 06:17 PM         #521
anticon 
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one of my fav cd's of 05.
this was so crack.
 03-21-2006, 05:43 PM         #522
80s_Baby 
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not better then tha carter but is a average album
 12 years ago '06        #523
asian-sensation 
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3.5

Album Highlights: Fireman, Grown Man, Hustler Musik, Receipt, I'm A DBoy
 03-24-2006, 08:05 AM         #524
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The carter II is one of his hottest albums and should be taken seriously. 2005 was all about the south and they don took over. fu*k what you know it's what you can prove...

-07' FatBOYsliM repping Mobile,Al, aka: mob town-
 12 years ago '06        #525
sparks2g 
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this album was tight
 03-28-2006, 11:45 AM         #526
bam357 
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Great Album He Set The Year Off Right. Not As Southern As I Expected But Overall I Good Solid Album. Best So Far Imo.
 03-29-2006, 07:40 AM         #527
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Hes the best rapper alive and this is a hot ablum
 03-29-2006, 07:41 AM         #528
Red_Dragon7508 
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i mean album
 12 years ago '05        #529
Lil Jay 05 19 heat pts19
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tight
 03-30-2006, 11:31 AM         #530
macc88 
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of da charts
 03-30-2006, 04:41 PM         #531
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"The Carter 2" starts off with a wicked 5 and a half minute, no chorus track entitled "Tha Mobb" where Lil Wayne sounds like he is freestyling over a Heatmakerz track. After listening to the track twice, I said to myself, I guess he doesn't need Mannie Freah after all. Then the 3 part track which includes "Fly In", Track 13, "Carter 2" and "Fly Out", I was amazed by how Lil Wayne is basically rapping which appear to be freestyle rhymes. Tmix & Batman should be commended by the track, as well as, giving the production over these tracks that are fed by Lil Wayne's lyrics. "Money On My Mind" features a tight sample and Lil Wayne is able to contibute 3 nice verses over the track. Now I know I may upset some people with this a.ssessment but "Fireman" and "Mo Fire" are the two worse tracks on this CD. "Fireman" is clearly an example of when people say don't judge the CD by the 1st single, because if you did you would think "The Carter 2" was terrible. Lil Wayne could have easily released "Shooter", "The Best Rapper Alive", "Receipt" or even "Grown Man" before he released "Fireman". "Fireman" will definitely have you missing Mannie Fresh providing Mannie Fresh. "Mo Fire" is not even worth discussing. However, Lil Wayne rebounds very quickly by the time you get to Track 7. "Best Rapper Alive" is definitely in the running with "Shooter" with my favorite song on "The Carter 2". Big D should be commended with his production and the clever use of the sample on this track. Before Mannie Fresh's production would win over Lil Wayne's lyrics. Now with Mannie Fresh no longer producing him and with his lyrical wordplay stepping up, Lil Wayne's lyrics overshine the production. At first listen, "Grown Man" won't be one of your favorite tracks but the more you listen to the song that features Currency the track will be atleast something that you don't mind listening to every now and then. It's a contradiction to what Lil Wayne would usually make because usually he would make a song degrading women instead of making a nice rap song for the grown and s3xy.
"Receipt" is another one of my favorite tracks as once again, the proudcers on the track, Heatmakerz, makes a clever use of an old school sample and Lil Wayne takes care of the rest. The more you listen to the track you will definitely think that this track is dedicated to his boo Trina. "Shooter" was taken from a track by Robin Thicke entitled "Oh Shooter" that was on his debut CD. Robin Thicke incorporates his use of the song and Lil Wayne is still able to drop 3 verses to this track. The reason why this track is one of my favorites is because this track is different from what Lil Wayne is accustomed to doing. This track should be the next single, but we'll see. Robin Thicke has a nice track out with Pharrell entitled "I Wanna Love You". "Weezy Baby" is a very catchy track as Nikki lays down some nice vocals to this midtempo track. "Get Over" is catchy as well as Nikki returns to lay down some more vocals and Lil Wayne is actually able to bring some substance to his tracks instead of trying to win with clever metaphors. The track sounds like a dedication to one of his homies. "Get Over" is a nice change of pace because most of the tracks on "The Carter 2" end up sounding alike.

Other than "Fireman" and "Mo Fire" there aren't too many things wrong with "The Carter 2". There are times where the metaphors that he uses aren't as strong as the others and there will be times when you hear a song with tight lyrics and wonder how the track would have sounded with a Mannie Fresh beat. Some of the tracks sound the same but you can pretty much listen to every track on this CD.

4/5
 12 years ago '04        #532
Devilman608 7 heat pts
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best cd I've heard in a while
 03-30-2006, 07:13 PM         #533
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props
 04-02-2006, 04:48 PM         #534
hfront247 
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the clud love it dj fresh2die
 12 years ago '06        #535
bradford 
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wayne sh*t is wack!
 04-07-2006, 08:26 PM         #536
midwestgrittin 
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Solid Album
 04-09-2006, 06:47 PM         #537
stuntman 
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this album hot but i think the first 1 better
 04-10-2006, 12:49 PM         #538
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it was fire
 12 years ago '06        #539
Pusha T 
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This Album is great it is one of his best work. My man Weezy has stepped his game up
 12 years ago '04        #540
macoeric 12 heat pts12
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Weezy F. Baby

sikk cd

4 1/2
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