To my enjoyable surprise though, he delivered a nice track. Remember he was only 22 when he recorded this album. The album serves as a sequel to his fourth album 2004 , and it incorporates the styles. This is just Wayne rhyming over hard and soulful beats. He claimed he was the fireman first…… Drag-on done fell off smh. I mean everything post jail has been trash, but for a long time everything he put out was incredibly solid. This is another no hook joint with only one verse.
Although the production still fits the albums feel, it is much more radio oriented. With this album Wayne intended to up the ante a little bit and prove his claim as the best rapper alive. This beat will be used two other times on the album. Seriously I had a hard time even figuring out what he was trying to say. Heavy bass and Wayne defiantly delivers. I just remember Wayne walking around with fire around and catching a ride on a fire truck.
Consider Jay-Z and his debut. People just like those once said the same thing about Eminem. And as time has gone by and Mr. It is nice to see that Wayne is a student of great Hip-Hop. Bottom Line: Is this a classic album? Saying that it feels out of place and doesnt belong on the album, and is it his attempt at reggae? More importantly this is really the only song on the album where he spoke on New Orleans post Hurricane Katrina. Back in the day he probably would have been too scared to even touch this beat, let alone what he did with it.
No real commercial hit here. Receipt Produced by Heatmakerz A love song? Along with Arkitek, DuB has helped Fro' Nation hear the voice of the West Coast. Recording sessions took place from 2004 to 2005, with and his brother serving as the record's , while both of them enlisted additional on the album such as and , among others. Heavy bass and Wayne defiantly delivers. Hit Em Up Produced by Doe Boyz Although with the previous song Weezy F.
Asking for or offering such content either publicly or via direct messages or other means is not allowed. The song serves its production and as a featured from then-'s frequent. I think people forget how much fun it was to be a Wayne fan in the early to mid aughts. This is the only song that feels like it was made for radio success. Feel Me Produced by Doe Boyz Nice concept song, Wayne uses his verses as answerers to interview questions. With this album Wayne intended to up the ante a little bit and prove his claim as the best rapper alive. Couple good songs to mention: 'Receipt' I think Kayne West produced that track and 'Grown Man Feat.
Birdman 20 - Feel Me 21 - Get Over Feat. Archived from on October 13, 2007. It was released on June 29, 2004, by and. Best Rapper Alive Produced by Bigg D This production may be the first time I had heard Wayne use a rock influenced beat. Before then, East Coast or West Coast were the lone talk, Weezy made Hip Hop and the world take notice. The subsequent rampage he went on with mixtapes and appearances after this album can easily be called the most successful hype machine the game has ever seen.
The song also was later included on Thicke's then-upcoming album, titled 2006. Studio Albums No legal links, but you know where to find them. His first verse really says it all. Both artist bring a ton of energy but Wayne takes a stand to talk about how he views southern rap. Seriously I had a hard time even figuring out what he was trying to say.
His wordplay reminds me of Jay, true but at times I hear Cameron in him too. The song is good but Wayne talking about some shit about the sunrise at the end was a little corny. I just remember Wayne walking around with fire around and catching a ride on a fire truck. And I think that most people would agree that it more than lived up to the hype. These changes are a result of sample clearance issues.
And as time has gone by and Mr. He was really feeling Ms. . It is nice to see that Wayne is a student of great Hip-Hop. This is just Wayne showing his lyrical prowess on this one.
He does a good job with it once again. Someone should have taken away his Purple Sprite when he said this was going on the album. Before then, East Coast or West Coast were the lone talk, Weezy made Hip Hop and the world take notice. Tha Mobb Produced by Heatmakerz No hooks found on this one. His squeak is now a croak, his laugh a little more burly, his flow remarkably flexible. Wayne starts off the track with some unbelievable lines.