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Tha Carter III
Lil Wayne




 
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Overview

Track Listing

DISC 1:
1 3 Peat
2 Mr. Carter
3 A Milli
4 Got Money - (featuring T-Pain)
DISC 2:
1 Comfortable
2 Dr. Carter
3 Phone Home
4 Tie My Hands - (featuring Robin Thicke)


Featured Artists: T-Pain and Robin Thicke

 

Details

  • Genre: R&B
  • Release Date: August 2008
  • Label: Cash Money
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio Format: Stereo
 

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "He really is the best rapper alive....As usual, Wayne's tumbling freestyle rhymes are full of imagination and surprise, but his voice itself is half the fun."

Rolling Stone (p.88) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's 50 Best Albums Of 2008 -- "Lil Wayne's greatness lies not just in what he says, but in the way he says it..."

Spin (p.96) - "[T]he purest product of the most transformative, chaos-inducing man-made disasters of the 21st century -- New Orleans, hip-hop, and the Internet."

Spin (p.53) - Ranked #2 in Spin's "40 Best Albums Of 2008" -- "[With] rapping, Auto-Tune crooning, groping guitar strings, and rasping for air over a digital patchwork of beats and synths..."

Entertainment Weekly (p.66) - "There's some intricate art here: 'Dr. Carter' and 'A Milli' have bursts of spectacular rhyme..."

The Wire (p.64) - "'Misunderstood', based around the Nina Simone track, has lines that come straight from the heart, and the vital signs are strong..."

XXL (Magazine) (p.98) - "Wayne's supreme confidence as an MC dominates the album....His songwriting skills continue to get more thoughtful and focused..."

Blender (Magazine) (p.80) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "His taste in beats and sounds is omnivorous, his crushed-charcoal rasp equally indebted to crisp East Coast complexity, Southern sing-song and his own warped imagination."

 

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