- 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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|One more, one more, one more, one more I got one more song I must sing Ting-a-ling Freedom ring I got one more song I must sing Simple song, so sing...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
JosephG.Apr 12, 2010Okay, Children. Look at this album as a Lil' Wayne Project.. its just incredible what this man can do.
SaiM.Apr 5, 2010I didn't get into the album that much when i first heard it. later on it grew on me and lil wayne is a genius with his catchy phrases. I didn't get into the album that much when i first heard it. later on it grew on me and lil wayne is a genius with his catchy phrases. sure lil wayne uses auto tune and vocoders but who doesn't?… Expand
TristDFeb 3, 2010Hey cut him some slack. He was just having fun. Yes, the album sounds terrible but weezy is a genius and he'll make up for it on Tha Carter IV.
Apr 25, 2015Lil Wayne already struggles with being a good rapper and this is the crowning achievement of pure garbage. Some Wayne Stans would say he'sLil Wayne already struggles with being a good rapper and this is the crowning achievement of pure garbage. Some Wayne Stans would say he's being creative and artistic, but the truth is Rebirth is a complete artistic failure with bad production, bad lyrics and just plain badness.… 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.
Jun 3, 2011Hip Hop went from LL Cool J, Boogie Down Productions, RUN DMC, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, A Tribe called Quest, Kool G Rap, NWA, Too Short, Nas,Hip Hop went from LL Cool J, Boogie Down Productions, RUN DMC, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, A Tribe called Quest, Kool G Rap, NWA, Too Short, Nas, pioneers of Hip Hop to this!!! Hip Hop hasn't even lasted half a century and albums like this get Platinum certification and are able to be Mainstream. Hip Hop is going downhill and more ignorant fans emerge from the surface, where is the Hip Hop fans who could acknowledge support the great artists, don't look for the commericial artists find the real ones.… 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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