- 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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JosephG.Apr 12, 2010Okay, Children. Look at this album as a Lil' Wayne Project.. its just incredible what this man can do.
CodyFeb 2, 2010I like it but its definitely different from anything else he's done. I wouldn't call it rock per se, more of a rap-rock, but most I like it but its definitely different from anything else he's done. I wouldn't call it rock per se, more of a rap-rock, but most of all its just Lil Wayne.… Expand
scottyFeb 4, 2010Guess what folks, unlike what people below are saying Wayne never really sings. He has auto-tune on his voice almost through the whole album Guess what folks, unlike what people below are saying Wayne never really sings. He has auto-tune on his voice almost through the whole album and is usually just rapping even then. The only song people might like is Drop the world. Other than that almost every other song is just rock.....dumbed down. Songs like Da Da Da and many others are almost unlistenable. Wayne needs a rebirth, back to the older days.… Expand
Oct 7, 2014This album is complete garbage with no good songs in it. Why would anyone think this album is good? Don't buy this Auto tune garbage withThis album is complete garbage with no good songs in it. Why would anyone think this album is good? Don't buy this Auto tune garbage with guitars and awful awful awful… 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.
JDonnerFeb 3, 2010One and a half months into 2010 and I
ArcticcloakFeb 5, 2010This album is like being dragged through hell with nails raping you in the a**. This is some of the worst music i've ever heard in a This album is like being dragged through hell with nails raping you in the a**. This is some of the worst music i've ever heard in a very long time. First of all Wayne wants to be the greatest of everything but is finally figuring out he's terrible at it. He uses auto-tune more than any other useless half singing idiot in the music industry. This guy deserved the jail time after releasing this crap and his groupie fan base should stop lying to them selves. This crap is like getting shot and surviving with a hole lodged in your chest.… Expand
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.
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