- Summary: On his seventh album called Rebirth, Lil Wayne fuses rock with his rap lyrical flow and features guest appearances from Eminem, Shanell (aka SNL), Kevin Rudolf, Nicki Minaj, and others.
- Record Label: Cash Money Records
- Genre(s): Rap
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Lil Wayne’s status and influence is now clearly working against him, the choice to release a rock record has backfired, yet obviously no-one has had the guts or inclination to tell him that the overblown choruses and riffs of Rebirth drag him away from the in-your-face lyricism and unorthadox flows that he is best at.
JosephG.Apr 12, 2010Okay, Children. Look at this album as a Lil' Wayne Project.. its just incredible what this man can do.
Jul 31, 2011Ok so the album wasnt great but it doesnt deserve a 0... and it also certainly does not deserve a 10. Anyway, Wayne is just experimenting, its what artist do. Dont hate just because its not what you expected, thats just selfish. The guy knows what hes doing and could care less if you doubt him. Wayne loves all music and thats what makes him so successful. I love the fact that he can rap his way to rock, its what makes him unique. The guy is an alien he can do what he wants. I would know, were from the same planet... haha… Expand
JimKFeb 2, 2010Ugh. I gave it 1 more point than it deserved for the sheer audacity due wayne for getting this released... Finally.
Apr 11, 2013I play Guitar I play Guitar I play Guitar I'm a rapper that Plays Guitar I play Guitar I play Guitar I'm a rapper that plays guitar I can play guitar (one strum) I play guitar, I play guitar guitar I can play guitar...
(Drop the World great beat and lil wayne does a decent job with eminem, I'd give it a 7/10)
(Runnin another great beat and creative lyrics by lil wayne I'd give it a 6/10)
I play Guitar I play guitar guitar I can play guitar I rap while I play guitar I play guitar swag I play guitar..
There, I pretty much rapped the entire album so you don't have to buy this POS album. I hope Lil wayne doesn't sue me for copyright.
You're all welcome… Expand
dannyFeb 5, 2010a joke, and truly annoying to listen to, I do not know what he was trying to go for. But i do know he absolutely failed at trying.
BobBFeb 9, 2010This album makes me want to slice off my ears.
Published: January 11, 2011Spoiler alert: Kanye West had the best-reviewed album of 2010. But which other releases impressed critics last year? We run down the 40 highest-scoring albums, and also examine the best releases of the year in various categories.
|Sound System [Box Set] - The Clash|
|Lucinda Williams [Reissue] - Lucinda Williams|
|American Radical Patriot [Box Set] - Woody Guthrie|
|The Satanist - Behemoth|
|Live at the Academy of Music 1971 - The Band|
|The Island Years [Box Set] - John Martyn|
|The Finer Things - The State Champs|
|In Utero [20th Anniversary Edition] - Nirvana|
|St. Vincent - St. Vincent|
|Spaces - Nils Frahm|
|No Depression [Legacy Edition] - Uncle Tupelo|
|High Land, Hard Rain [30th Anniversary Edition] - Aztec Camera|
|Moondance [Deluxe Edition] - Van Morrison|
|Bottle Rockets/The Brooklyn Side [Reissue] - The Bottle Rockets|
|12 Stories - Brandy Clark|
|There's a Dream I've Been Saving: 1966-1971 - Lee Hazlewood|
|Memorial - Russian Circles|
|Haiti Direct: Big Band, Mini Jazz & Twoubadou Sounds, 1960-1978 - Various Artists|
|The River & the Thread - Rosanne Cash|
|Virgins - Tim Hecker|