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  1. Features Song Lyrics for lil wayne's Tha Carter III (Deluxe Explicit Version) album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  2. Out of nowhere, Lil Wayne has released a 4-song EP on streaming services titled “Weezy Workout“. Unfortunately, there is no new music on this EP as it just uses 4 songs from Weezy‘s latest project, Funeral (Deluxe): “Shimmy” featuring Doja Cat, “Clap For ‘Em“, “I Do It” featuring Big Sean and Lil Baby, and “Ball Hard” featuring Lil Twist.
  3. Jan 01,  · Tha Carter III is the sixth studio album by American rapper Lil Wayne, released on June 10, , by Cash Money and Universal Motown. It follows a long string of mixtape releases and guest appearances on other hip hop and R&B artists' records, helping to increase his exposure in /5(6).
  4. Tha Carter III is the sixth studio album by American rapper Lil Wayne, released on June 10, , by Cash Money and Universal Motown. It follows a long string of mixtape releases and guest appearances on other hip hop and R&B artists' records, helping to increase his exposure in the mainstream/5().
  5. Jul 31,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group 3 Peat · Lil Wayne Tha Carter III ℗ Cash Money Records Inc. Released on: Producer: Vaushaun "Maestro" Brooks .
  6. Product Description. Tha Carter III is the sixth studio album by rapper Lil Wayne and it is the final album in Tha Carter trilogy. Originally known as the youngest Hot Boy, Lil' Wayne has orchestrated a /5().
  7. Lil Wayne has had an illustrious role in the music industry since he signed to Cash Money Records at the young age of 9. His hard work has been accepted by music artists of all genres in the form of the many awards he has won and the accolades received by his hip-hop peers. Below Continue reading Lil Wayne Awards & Nominations.
  8. Jun 09,  · This album’s jarring collection of styles is what makes it exciting, and what makes it so definitively Wayne. No one could make Weezy choose between the Jamaican infusions of “Mrs. Officer” and “A Milli,” the vintage soul of “Mr. Carter” and “Dr. Carter” and “Let the Beat Build,” and the pop subversions of “La La” and.

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