Monday, September 2, 2013

Lil Wayne's "Dedication 5" review

I am sorry it took me so long to write my review, but I wanna be like one of my favorite rappers and take my time too. That wait made me a lil coo coo, but this is stupid raw so its all cool. This consist of 2 hours and almost 30 tracks. The best part about it is not a single one was whack. That's because Wheezy F. Baby don't do dat. Every time he spits on a verse he gon snap. Make sure you listen from beginning to end or you will be mad, because My favorite was Track 28- "Feds Watching" ft 2 Chainz and T.I., is the near the last. 

Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. has been doing this for a very long time so I had to go to Wikipedia just to refresh my memory. I will never forget the first time I herd of him was in the 5th grade. I was kinda jealous because he was almost my age and already stupid paid. Wayne started when he was only 9 years old and look at him now 21 years later. He is the iconic face of hip hop. Really he is bigger than hip hop all by himself, but its very important that you don't forget he has Birdman for help. I because a huge fan back with the Hot Boys. Even back then everything he put out became gold. 

I had to listen to it twice before I started to write. Wheezy Baby ("If you don't say the baby, then just don't say it at all."- Nikki) is now on the levels of any rock or pop star ever in the history of modern day music. They might as well put him in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame today because he has already broke records set by Elvis Presley. 

I was reading some of the comments and one hater named West King said "He didn't really Revolutionize Hip Hop..." Why would anyone ever think anything as obnoxious as that? That was one of the most simple minded, idiotic, ludicrous statements I have ever read. Dude is lucky its pretty much impossible to find his ignoramus statement because Wayne is being flooded with at least 2 appreciative comments per second because I would go ham on his shit. 

I would pretty much do anything just to smoke one with him and swag. personal favorite album is "Carter II". My Not many people know but I also can rap. I damn well should be able to spit after listening to about 5 mixtapes a day. I will do pretty much anything to get paid, get high, get laid. S/o to Spitta. 

The best part about him is that his mouth is pretty much a atm machine. As long as he stays on his grind you know he gonna C.R.E.A.M. and do big things. I do have to say on Track 25- Cream ft Euro, it would have been nice if on the track he had any of the Wu Tang Clan, but it still goes ham. Also it would have been nice if on a track he featured Master P and Curren$y just to show some New Orleans some loyalty. 

I could write a book on the success of Lil Wayne but this is just a free review so let me hurry up. If you look at it from a marketing standpoint, pure lyrical talent, and his ability to stay hot, Lil Wayne could easily win any argument to win the title of Best Rapper Alive. Even over Jay Z, but I still pay my respect to that king but he doesn't do free mixtapes to please his fans so to me that gives Wheezy Baby the slight edge over Hova. Also he is the ONLY major recording artist to feature Lil B the Basedgod on his tape so that seals the deal for me. 

I shouldn't have to post the link to download this but it is below. Also I do this for free and if you like to read I do ask that you make a $1 donation pretty please. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place. 


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