NEGRO PLEASE: Lil’ Wayne Resurrects Hip-Hop?!

[Editor's Note: "Blogger's Note" has been taken over by Ron Mexico until further notice.]

“Mad rappers, look on the bright side./ I sold 1.5 [million]. Hip-hop is alive!”Lil’ Wayne, “A Milli” (fan-appreciation free-mix)

Hip-hop sales ain’t alive because Lil’ Wayne sold a million copies in a week. As impressive a feat as that may be, for the amount of hopping around and eating after midnight Wayne’s gremlin ass has done these past few months he could have been on the throes of a quadruple uranium record just a few years ago.

For those who get paid by the copy, that’s a reality tougher to deal with than Nigerian hair.

You want braid, miss?

I’ll do you one better. Damn near everyone that’s going to buy Tha Carter III has bought it already. I know that’s a pretty bold prediction given recent sales trends in hip-hop, but I’m gonna go out on a limb and assume Lil’ Weeziana’s 70-Minute Lean Party hasn’t gone triple [plat] by this time next week.

Dr. Carter also makes a point to implore that numbers don’t lie. Man, numbers are the lyingest motherfuckers I’ve ever come across. They tell you all kinds of shit that ain’t really true. They tell you black people commit all the crime in this country. The tell you Soulja Boy has contributed more to our culture than Nas has. They tell you Lawanda wants to date you when she really put Pizza Hut’s number on that napkin.

Numbers are damn sure lying when hundreds of jewel cases spill onto the concrete whenever any of Dwayne’s label people open their car doors.

Do you know how many guest spots Wayne has had to drop to get this hot? Weezy F. has shared The Magic Tussin with everybody from T-Pain to Tim McGraw this year. I heard a Wayne verse on an Afrobeat album. You couldn’t escape Weezy Mania if you tried. “Young Money” is out there getting his Massa’s cotton crop together proper-like.

Oh, yeah. We’re going there.

Listen to this fucking drop. Lil’ Wayne absolutely deep throats the industry and the current plantation structure. That’s a happy little industry pawn right thurr. Ironically, he’s completely fascinated with the man that has quickly become “the other ‘Mr. Carter.’” If Weezy wanna do like Jigga so badly then he should step out from under the major label umbrella[… ella… ella—eh] and try to broker his own deals, using his starpower to his own advantage for once.

That’d be some Young Money game for these fans he’s supposedly paying homage to.

I’m dead-ass serious when I say that I don’t never wanna hear another nigga sing a blatant record label hymn like this ever again. Was there some suit in the room with a gun to his dreads or something, or did something like scales fall from Lil’ Wayne’s eyes within the past couple months?

“Bitin’-ass DJs trynna take my crackers.
Oooh, Lawd. I thank Massa fo’ these crackers./
As a matter of fact I thank these crackers for my Massa./
…and I let my Massa lick the rapper./”

I love Wayne’s newfound fascination with calling all DJs “bootleggers” and completely discrediting their importance on record. Earth to Martian: These “bootleggers” keep your shit hot. The mixtape bandits keep you and your 700,000 yearly guest appearances accessible, opening the door for you to sell however many crimson frisbees you end up pushing.

So, should we give Scooby a biscuit? Hell-the-fuck no! The most overexposed rapper of our time just did what he was supposed to do. He sold some damn records. Please excuse me for a moment as I check the mail again for my O.J. prize.

Nothing.

Negro, please. Weezy Wee didn’t resurrect or otherwise salvage a hmmmmmmotherfuckin thing with Tha Carter III.

A far truer assessment of hip-hop’s livelihood would be to gauge Nas’ sales next month. Let’s see if the shroud of salvation has extended itself.

Questions? Comments? Requests? Ever see a blog do a milli… a milli… a mi–? ron@ronmexicocity.com

P.S.: As much as I love Wayne, I DO NOT want to hear what becomes of his forthcoming weekend-long lean binge with a plastic dick in his mouth. This “Lil’ Wayne & T-Pain Vocoder Hour” I’m hearing about is less than comforting.

  • http://WWW.IMEEM.COM/FRESHJACOBS FRESH

    DAMN.. TRUER WORDS WERE NEVER SPOKEN… GOOD SHIT RON!

  • kells

    that’s a good way to introduce oneself….can’t say i agree with everything… but i find myself agreeing with most of it…most of the people who are going to buy it probably have already bought it

    • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

      i been here for the past couple weeks, but it’s all good, homie.

      respeck.

  • 239allday

    This is rare like mr. clean wit hair(I’m sorry, I had to), But I actually agree with you completly Mr. Mexico. Wayne really dissappointed with C3 because it sounded like a regular ass mixtape. But don’t discrecit the dude because he built that buzz legitimately with a third of those mixtapes that were put out. I mean the ones he actually backed.

    • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

      ha. our agreement’s gonna happen from time to time.

      and i’m not knocking dude or his grind. i’m knocking the notion that he saved a dying horse with his magic tussin potion as he claims.

      • real talk

        fuck you trickdd i told you the album was not the best. now you had to change your name bitch!! Jays american gangster went way harder then this!

  • Pierzy

    Extremely well said. Fuck this dude. Keep it up, Mr. Mexico!

  • Worley

    “A far truer assessment of hip-hop’s livelihood would be to gauge Nas’ sales next month.”

    Nuff said.

  • northern california bay area

    really tho he juss SHIPPED platinum…

  • http://www.myspace.com/the_trap_boy El Negro

    finally i read a blog that feels the same way i do lil wayne is okay to me hes just another ti or yung jeezy therez nuthing he does that mekes him stick out more than any other rapper and were do they git ogg callin him the greatest rapper alive????wtf havent u ppl heard of lupe fiasco thatz real hip hop repeating yourself about martians,wrappers, and lollipops iznt hip hop nas=real hip hop krs-one= real hip hop and therez a long list but lil wayne?????? wut tha fuck?????

    • elz

      u niggas kill me with this real hip-hop shit. nas and lupe are better lyricists no doubt…
      but what qualifies as real hip hop?

      There’s a lot of elements that would go into being a great rapper…thats why i dont have a favorite rapper..i have favorite lyricists (lupe, budden, 3000) I think 50 cent is a great rapper…but he’s an iight lyricist. Wayne is a great rapper…sometimes he’s a great lyricist…sometimes he’s a shitty lyricist…most of the times he’s iight..

  • http://myspace.com/phantom916 phantom

    WORD!!!! FUCK LIL WEENY!!
    I been hatin on this clown since day 1.
    myspace.com/phantom916

  • og bobby j

    “A far truer assessment of hip-hop’s livelihood would be to gauge Nas’ sales next month. Let’s see if the shroud of salvation has extended itself.”

    I aint so sure we should use the new Nas album sales as a basis…

    As a huge nas fan (no homo, jic) and as a 25 year old white male, I aint fuckin with the new Nas. ( It was written is still top 5 all time to me…fuck what ya heard)

    It might be hot and all, but his “back to africa” shit is tired. I aint tryna hear it….I think his charades with the word “nigger” came off to me as a slap in the face of a white fan that been feedin his black ass….no racist…im just sayin.

    “switch up ya flow, ya shit is garbage, what you tryna kick knowledge?”

    • Jew-Z

      That’s some real shit. I feel like he don’t care to make music for the white fans no more. I listened to the mixtape one time, and while the lyrics were still on a level few can match, but there were too many songs that alienated white people.

      • coqui

        You white boys can’t be serious. Have you been paying attention to the world around you? Black and brown stay losing in this country, you expect an artist of intelligence like NaS to ignore that. Why don’t you give the Nigger Tape another listen:

        …Cuz anytime we mention our condition/
        Our history or existence/
        They calling it reverse-racism…

        NaS NEVER made music for white fans. You ain’t been listening, have you?

    • makaveli1671

      You got a lot of fuckin nerve saying nas use of the word nigger is a slap in the face to you as a white fan. Like what the fuck has it been to us as black people since u MOTHERFUCKERS CREATED IT! And for the record no where in the song did I hear him talk about going back to Africa even though I did hear him give props to eminem in spite of his prior use of the word. You need to stop being so fucking sensitive and grow a pair cause you sound like an AL SHARPTON ASS NIGGA!

  • Mr. Porter

    lol u sound mad…whats wrong?
    and as for the DJ’s…alot of em should thank wayne…who was buying…excuse me downloading DJ Whiteowl 3 yrs ago?..and yes tha carter 3 didnt live up to the hype…we know…but its still a good album…no classic.

  • http://www.incilin.blogspot.com Incilin

    ” If Weezy wanna do like Jigga so badly then he should step out from under the major label umbrella[… ella… ella—eh] and try to broker his own deals, using his starpower to his own advantage for once.

    That’d be some Young Money game for these fans he’s supposedly paying homage to.”

    ^^^ I actually don’t want Wayne to do that at all. I know what you mean, but I’m inclined to go with Jackpot on this one and say I’m glad there’s a rapper whose known for being a “rock-star” rapper and not a business man type shit. Being a business man is what’s really fucking up hip hop. Niggas is getting props for getting lucrative deals but they aint focused on making great music.

  • Kerda

    The relationship between hip-hop bloggers and Lil’ Wayne is pretty much identical to the relationship between Lou Dobbs and illegal immigrants, or Bill O’Reilly and “Liberal Media Bias”. You guys profess to hate, or at least be deeply cynical of Wayne and his monster popularity at the moment, and yet you can’t keep his name out of your mouths.

    Why? Because it’s an easy way to rile up the masses. It’s lazy. It’s so much easier to write about how (popular rapper of the moment) is killing hip-hop than it is to actually, I don’t know… promote the brand of hip-hop that you like? The same way it’s easier for pundits to use XYZ ethnic/political group as a scapegoat for the nation’s problems. You take a topic that people are passionate about, poke it with a stick, and let the comments pour in.

    You talk about Wayne because you know that he’ll get you more hits than a discussion about Nas, or any other less-publicized but perhaps more substantive hip-hop act. You’re engaging in the same sorts of cotton-pickin’ that you decry. And that’s the problem with pretty much all “hate” bloggers. You’re rebels without a cause.

    • Detroit

      as snoop dog would say….CHURCH! KEEP SPEAKIN THE REAL, MAYBE YOU’LL WAKE SOME OF THESE CATS UP!

    • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

      nigga, you don’t know me. i check for checking’s sake when checking need be checked.

      whether i enjoy wayne or not (which i do), if he’s out of order, he’s out of order and need be checked.

      last week i blogged some shit that got far less attention from both the soulja boys and the farrakhans of the world. 1 comment or 100… makes me no nevermind.

      thanks for reading, though.

      watch him while he check up on it.

      • poo

        dude lol…kerda checked u bro.

        XXl – replace this guy ron mexico with Kerda. he has much more to offer it seems. much more brighter. much more intellectually equipped then this guy here.

    • makaveli1671

      You make a damn good point kerda but at the same time validate the whole purpose of blogging which is to provoke thought and spark debate. As much as I agree with you about how Wayne being the subject will get you more hits than a discussion about Nas and some of the other things you said you make it seem like its such a heinous act to express your opinion or speak your mind. Lil Wayne is the most overrated rapper of our time now that 50 has been exposed and Im not mad at Ron for speaking his mind and you shouldnt call it hate and cynical just because thats how he felt.

  • Jerod

    I think you’ve got the whole Wayne/Industry/Dick Sucking part backwards my friend. And Knowledge and Garbage don’t even rhyme. And yeah, Lupe might have better rhymes sometimes, but Wayne’s flow is definitely different. To me, rappers sound like rappers rapping, but Wayne gets on a beat and does his thang… like he says, he does Wayne.

    • makaveli1671

      Lil wayne is so garbage. I cant believe how fickle the public is. Half the time you cant even understand what the fuck the nigga is rapping about because of his irritating ass vice (vice was a typo but thats probably why his voice is so fucked up..fucking drug addict!)That is when he chooses to rap and not sing…if thats what u wanna call it. Hip hop is dead when real rappers like jadakiss get no love and homos like lil wayne,50,and kanye west get all the attention. To be honest if it wasnt for jay-z,scarface,jadakiss,game,nas and eminem I wouldnt even buy rap music anymore.

  • Detroit

    hey mr mexico,

    i usually agree with you, but this article comes off as nothing more than hate. It never ceases to amaze me how men feel like they know how much another cat is makin. based on thier limited knowledge of an industry that they’ve never even really been a part of! as far as jay-z goes, dude is 40…wayne is 25, there’s no doubt in my mind that wayne is in position to have way more bread than jigga has at 40, when he is 40! how old was jigga when he came out…26? also, rockefella wasn’t independant. they were under the def jam umbrella and def jam was under universal. remember on the concert movie they had when dame was mad that everything said def jam on it? I’m no wayne fan, but dude IS handlin his biness! jay-z don’t create shit, he just lends his name to shit, and gets a piece of the action, wayne will be able to do the same shit at this rate, cuz it’s all based on how hot you are as a rapper. GIVE THE MAN HIS PROPS!

  • d_major

    “Man, numbers are the lyingest motherfuckers I’ve ever come across. They tell you all kinds of shit that ain’t really true. They tell you black people commit all the crime in this country. The tell you Soulja Boy has contributed more to our culture than Nas has. They tell you Lawanda wants to date you when she really put Pizza Hut’s number on that napkin”.

    DATS SOME REAL SHIT.

  • Rudeboy

    damn KERDA.. u should do blogs.. u just made the best point on all these blogs.

    big up

  • Rudeboy

    damn KERDA.. u should do blogs.. u just made the best point on all these blogs.

    big up!!

  • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

    “based on thier limited knowledge of an industry that they’ve never even really been a part of”

    you assume i know nothing of the industry. that’s fine.

    in fact, industry insiders would agree with the notion that it’s better for someone like wayne to be trying to break free from the label structure than to, on the other end of the spectrum, “deep throat” it.

    p.s.: it’s totally okay to disagree with me. i’m only here to incite the discussion.

    • DETROIT

      thanx for the response bro. I’m no e-thug, i’m like you, i just like the discussion.

      • DETROIT

        i feel the need to further clarify what i meant. what i was trying to say is that, at this point, a million people own the carter 3, if he were independant, that number would be more like 300,000. With the major behind him, he’s able to reach more people which will make the Lil Wayne name/brand bigger. So eventually when he does branch off he will have a much larger lane! Look at jim jones, he made ballin and then wanted to get to a major immediately, because he knew that he should be bigger than he was based on the popularity of that song! He wanted a huge marketing budget, that only a major could provide. Even styles p said, during his infamous phone call with 50, that “the only way you make stupid bread on a major is by sellin a large number of units.” Well, wayne sold a large number of units.

        • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

          oh, totally. and i mean, being where he is, he could probably do some serious damage indie.

          i’m all on some restructuring the game shit anyway… i’ll have to write a manifesto on that whole thing.

          as far as the e-thuggin goes… i miss it. where them thugs at here? i remember the good old days when someone threatened your life for disagreeing with their favorite rapper.

          GO COP THAT BLOOD MONEY!

  • 6MillionDollarMan

    Just so everyone knows. Everyone. Mixtapes DJ’s need Wayne twice as much as he need them. And that’s a fact. Got to any mixtape cite and any mixtape with Wayne is a top seller. Wayne throwing mixtape DJ’s a bone so eat the bone at be happy.

  • THEUNIT

    THANK GOD SOMEBODY IS BEING REAL!!!!!!!!!!! Lil Wayne made me feel kinda pissed off after I bought the Carter III I won’t lie I am one of them Million but dam dude it is not better than your last mixtape and thats real!!!!!! BY THE WAY 50 SOLD 1.75 WITH THE MASSACRE AND WAYNE SOLD 1.5 50 STILL HAS THE TITLE WITH SALES AND EVERYBODY THAT IS GOING 2 BUY LIL WAYNE ALBUM HAS BOUGHT IT!!!!!!!!

  • Damn beaner

    I pimp crackas like Nabisco, and I pimp beaners like Taco Bell 2fooooouu!

    Yo kero wanna ass whooompin? I’ll whoop dat ass, take yo ID then call ICE on yo mutha-fuggin ass. Don’t mess with me Foooo!

  • $ykotic

    Mexico!

    Another hot topic. Wayne didn’t resurrect anything. The marketing/promotion strategy was genius. Congrats to Cash Money.

    Will he/they be able to maintain this newfound status? We will find out.

    Redman said it best: “How u know when you paid for your Billboard spot?”-”How High” feat. Method Man

  • @ kendra

    Well, its like this, real thoughbread rappers aren’t geting their just rewards(Like they use 2!), and sideshow BOB mutha-fuckas(Belong in the circus, doing tricks while white businessmen is suites ride they back!) is runnin the industry.

    Now, I hear you on the “to each his own flavor,” and let the taster decide their preference. Theirs one flaw in that equation. If 75% of the purchasing power is from white teens, who live lets say “A papmered life, then it’s safe to say that “the Hood, The G-H-E-T-T-O” is a MINORITY in the numbers being the the sole promoter of one rapper as “The Best Rapper Alive!”

  • randal

    u sir are a fucking idiot and the fact that you cant seem to find any thing positive to say bout wayne qualifies u as a hater, sometimes i question u bloggers journalism skills (sense journalist are supposed to approach a subject from a neutral point of view) but realize that u are a blogger cuz u didnt have wat it takes to become a real writer. wayne did all those guest spots cuz everybody kept sending him shit for him to hop on and he did this while his record label kept tellin him to stop. If anything u shud give him respect for building hype around his ablum with nothing but his lyrics instead of tryin to create beef wit some one…dat his real hip hop.

  • http://xxlmag.com randal

    u sir are a fucking idiot and the fact that you cant seem to find any thing positive to say bout wayne qualifies u as a hater, sometimes i question u bloggers journalism skills (sense journalist are supposed to approach a subject from a neutral point of view) but realize that u are a blogger cuz u didnt have wat it takes to become a real writer. wayne did all those guest spots cuz everybody kept sending him shit for him to hop on and he did this while his record label kept tellin him to stop. If anything u shud give him respect for building hype around his ablum with nothing but his lyrics instead of tryin to create beef wit some one…dat his real hip hop

  • Some Guy From Toronto

    Good drop Mr. Mexico.

    Johnathan, Go in

  • http://www.msn.com west philly’s finest

    This is crazy your hating on Wayne for selling records? He sold a million copies his first week when his shit was leaked a full week before that so that gotta mean something. If it was 5 or 10 years ago he would be literally breaking records. He’s not the best rapper but u can’t say the numbers dont mean shit when hardly anybody go platinum in music period and he does it in a week.

    • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

      you’re close. i did say what you said about 5-10 years ago and how that shit would be on the way to 8X plat…

      but i never said his sales don’t mean ANYTHING… they just don’t mean what he says they mean, you dig?

      and american gangster is platinum… i think.

  • Drop my ass

    Is that drop like seaman in your ass, or drop like Kolby during the championship. Fugg U, U fuggin beaner! Go back to mexico, Oh yeah only mafia, and drug dealers are there, which puts you in the “pussy” catagory. GTFOH

    Don’t you just love that hate?

  • http://www.msn.com west philly’s finest

    This is some random shit but did American Gangster go platinum yet?

  • Post my shit Beaner

    @ kendra supported your stance, how R U gonna block that, this is not open public opinion if you direct the flow of conversation.

  • Beaner please

    I’m a start my own column, “BEANER PLEASE go back 2 mexico” I’m get mofo’s 2 sign a petition and ICE goin come 2 ur house, get U and them beaner kids of yours…

  • http://www.xxlmag.com the chancellor

    I’m gonna just say this. That a milli joint is a banger as well as the one with jay. In my opinion those are the best two in a field of good songs.

    If wayne does this again with his next album, then ya maybe he’s that dude, but in ten, eleven years he’s put out mediocre shit, and he needs to do the big numbers.

    West phillys finest…

    All of Hova’s shit has reached platinum status. Even unplugged.

  • Cuban Link

    Fuck lil weezy all the shit hes ever done sucks except lollipop, milli, got money, and i feel like dying, n that songs only good when ur fucked up

    • nellz

      BM JR?
      Fireman?
      Hustler Musik?
      Go DJ?
      Get off tha corner?
      Shooter?
      Tie My Hands?
      Where You At?

      LOL WAIT….ur right he only had 4 hot songs over his career.

      • http://www.ronmexicocity.com ron mexico

        after all this time my favorite wayne track is still “tha blues.”

        in the van there’s a box in the back full of plenty of tools.

        i find GREAT irony in the fact that one of his biggest records is called “Go, DJ!”

        yea, thamma dee jayyyy.

  • Chad Biggz

    Damn! I wish I didn’t have to read a blog about dude every day.

  • Vicious Seiger

    The Carter III is $10 I wish I never spent at least i peddle it off on someone else at work. I feel like I got robbed by a group of kindergarteners – that’s about how silly I felt playing this album and listening to Jibberish Wayne.

  • MrRogers

    I agree wholeheartedly, hopefully he get on his 50 Cent shit….

    Now, I gotta hear about this shit for the nect week

    oh and you forgot, Diddy called the album a game changer meaning he’s looking lil jr. wayne to exploit and fancy his album, marketing, and probably face right after him, then get weezy on a record.

    Weezy like one of them ugly ass niggas where you see a girl rolling with this nigga after he then spit some horrible lines at her, looking ugly as shit, and you just be sitting there “Why are you even with this nigga?”

  • READD ME READD ME

    I NEVER SEEN SO MANY HATING ASS NIGGAS,, WHO ARE YAL TO SAY ANYTHING.. FUCK NAS Y YAL TRYNA STAY N THE PAST FUCK LEAVE THAT SHIT BACK NAS AND JIGGA CANT B THE SHIT FOREVER
    TIMES CHANGE THAS JUS WHA HAPPENS

    MR MEXICO U SOUND LIKE ONE OF MY HOES I HAVE RUN THESE STREETS EVERYNITE
    GO GET SUM PUSSY OR MONEY N STOP HATING ON PEOPLE

  • the l0ck

    internet bloggers

  • BORN IN THE NORTH, RAISED IN THE SOUTH

    Carter III 1st week sales: 1.5 million
    Carter III next 52 week sales: 15,000

  • http://1290wmcs.com “The Party Killa”

    Common Like Water For Chocolate (“The 6th Sense”)- If I dont like it, Then I dont like it, that dont mean that Im hatin’

  • yoprince

    this is blatant hating..

    sell a million records in a week.. and niggas come along sayin’ “you shoulda three million,” or “your label bought all those records.”

    WTF? that’s hating.

    your favorite rapper wants to make a hit record too!

  • CL

    Kerda says:

    The relationship between hip-hop bloggers and Lil’ Wayne is pretty much identical to the relationship between Lou Dobbs and illegal immigrants, or Bill O’Reilly and “Liberal Media Bias”. You guys profess to hate, or at least be deeply cynical of Wayne and his monster popularity at the moment, and yet you can’t keep his name out of your mouths.

    Why? Because it’s an easy way to rile up the masses. It’s lazy. It’s so much easier to write about how (popular rapper of the moment) is killing hip-hop than it is to actually, I don’t know… promote the brand of hip-hop that you like? The same way it’s easier for pundits to use XYZ ethnic/political group as a scapegoat for the nation’s problems. You take a topic that people are passionate about, poke it with a stick, and let the comments pour in.

    You talk about Wayne because you know that he’ll get you more hits than a discussion about Nas, or any other less-publicized but perhaps more substantive hip-hop act. You’re engaging in the same sorts of cotton-pickin’ that you decry. And that’s the problem with pretty much all “hate” bloggers. You’re rebels without a cause.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Good shit right there Kerda!

  • SLINGbladez

    Well, I’m glad to see I ain’t the only muthafucka that knows all the hype surrounding Lil Wayne’s album is bullshit. I can’t even believe that people were calling it a CLASSIC!????Come on now, if your a HIP HOP head in you right mind, then you know that isn’t true. Lets get with real shit and promote good music that will actually be a classic in the future. Lil Wayne could put out a 100 albums and not one of them would be a classic….

  • solo

    u niggaz need to get paid as critics….. its a lot of hating going on in this world. it’s maybe 3 songs on the album he could have scrapped but its nice. who classifies albums as a classic? tell me that and i can tell u a nigga that he/she hayed on….. be easy with thw hate…. if u dont like it dont listen to it….. damn i heard that somewhere…..oh yeah c3

  • BORN IN THE NORTH, RAISED IN THE SOUTH

    Wayne’s best album is Lights Out, and that ain’t a classic….. What’s the difference between Carter III and all of his recent mixtapes? Oh yeah: the mixtapes are better. That’s my opinion, but I ain’t hatin’.

    Well, I am hatin’ on “Lollipop.” That shit is terrible… *LOL*

  • Ali

    exactly what im sayin & ill do u 1 better….its a damn shame he even sold that much with that crap he put out

  • poo

    damn dude, u stay ridin waynes dick man. leave the guy alone. shit. this time i actually read ur blog. what can i say, you seem conflicted…again…

  • POO

    I LOVE AMBER

  • REAL TALK 08

    Lil’ Wayne did prove hip hop can sell A Milli in a week like da old dayz….but,wit T.O.S being a flop by g-unot…its gonna take more than just one mega-album to keep hip hop alive…i always saw ’08 as the year of re-birth for hip hop…the new nas and ti should be kool…

  • Tru lizzy

    yea he sold 1,005,545 not 1.5 cause 50 sold 1,140,000 first week so and sold 800,000 the next week didnt lil wayne drop to 300,000 thats a shame and he the best rapper alive nah he the best industry rapper right now even do he gives people average rhymes that any rapper could give to people when there on cocaine lol stop listenin to lil wayne garbage ass and listen to real hip hop like tru life, maino (not hi hater), saigon, papoose, well basically all real NY rappers cause thats where it started and only the great ones can come out of the eastcoast and some out of the westcoast cause thats where gangsta rap started

  • k dubble

    Fuck all of yall hatin broke ass bitches sittin at home playin wit each other dick! wayne is the truth and yall broke muthafuckas aint! get a fuckin job or betta yet sum pussy u faggot ass bitches

    dubble

  • Lilwayne>>>>>tupac

    Lil wayne iz da bezt rappar in da wurld u stupid fukaz aint make no money like lil wayne n yung money no1 make az much az weezy not evan luddakris gucci mane n lil weezy fucken baby r da greatast rapperz of all time fuk all da hatarz