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Tha Carter II

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Download links and information about Tha Carter II by Lil Wayne. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:17:22 minutes.

Artist: Lil Wayne
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:17:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Tha Mobb 5:20
2. Fly In 2:23
3. Money On My Mind 4:31
4. Fireman 4:23
5. Mo Fire 3:23
6. On Tha Block #1 - Skit 0:38
7. Best Rapper Alive 4:53
8. Lock & Load 4:46
9. Oh No 3:11
10. Grown Man 4:06
11. On Tha Block #2 - Skit 0:25
12. Hit Em Up 4:07
13. Carter II 2:24
14. Hustler Musik 5:03
15. Receipt 3:48
16. Shooter 4:35
17. Weezy Baby 4:18
18. On Tha Block #3 - Skit 0:13
19. I'm a Dboy 4:00
20. Feel Me 3:48
21. Get Over 4:42
22. Fly Out 2:25

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Tha Carter II is to Lil Wayne what Supreme Clientele is to Ghostface. Wayne had always maintained a unique style, and had made memorable, even classic, recordings in years past but Tha Carter II broke the mold. Sudenly Wayne was taking risks in his rhymes, experimenting with his voice and his cadences, using stream-of-consciousness wordplay that was at times incisive, at times incomprehensible, but never less than stimulating. Without the futuristic stutter-stepping sounds of estranged Cash Money producer Mannie Fresh, Wayne became tuned into a more soulful sound that seemed to bring out the best in his personality. Songs like “Receipt” and “Hustler Musik” embrace the moans and sweet strings of classic Seventies R&B, while the sublime “Shooter,” which unfolds in layers and hushed climaxes, bears little resemblance to typical rap song structure. As Wayne explains, “Then they ask who when where how / And my reply was simply POW!” Tha Carter II was the beginning of a whole new chapter for this New Orleans youngster, and the first time we started believing him when he proclaimed himself “the best rapper alive.”