Lil Wayne Hustler Musik for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s closer to the weekend. We already know it’s time for another Throwback Thursday. Ghetto Mafia, Monica, Chamillionaire, Mac Mall and Run D.M.C were some of the music that was played. Any of those artists would’ve been perfect, but we’re going in another direction for this one. On Spotify, one of the playlists you’ll find my Cash Money Records compilation. This playlist is from earlier Cash Money like the Big Tymers, Hot Boyz, Juvenile and B.G. For my featured track, we’re going ... [read more]

Lil Wayne Block is Hot Released 20 Years Ago Today

The debut album from Lil Wayne, The Block is Hot turns 20-years-old today. As we all know, Lil Wayne has turned into this iconic figure over the years. 20 years later, Lil Wayne has dropped 12 studio albums and countless mixtapes. Wayne has also been a part of some compilations, dropped a couple EPs and was a member of the Hot Boys. The Block is Hot eventually gone double platinum off the strength of the title track, which was his first single. It’s crazy to think that Lil Wayne was only 17 when the album was released. The Block is Hot track ... [read more]

Hot Boys Guerilla Warfare Released 20 Years Ago

After the passing of 2Pac and Biggie, there weren’t many artists that intrigued me a lot. During this time, Cash Money and No Limit start popping off. I’ll be honest, No Limit was my favorite and they’re my second favorite record label. Cash Money Records started coming into its own with a group of young artists. Lil Wayne, B.G., Juvenile and Turk emerged as the Hot Boyz back in 1997. Get It How U Live was their first album together and it was a southern classic. Before dropping their debut album, B.G. was already three albums in and gearing up ... [read more]

Paper Trail Released 10 Years Ago by T.I.

T.I. just signed with Epic Records and released two new tracks earlier this month. This coming Friday, he’s set to release his new album, Dime Trap. 10 years ago, T.I. dropped his 6th album, Paper Trail. Paper Trail featured Jay-Z, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Rihanna, Usher, John Legend and Justin Timberlake. Paper Trail sold well over 500, 000 copies the first week making it Gold out the gate. Paper Trail went on to go double Platinum. During this period, T.I. was awaiting trial for his federal weapons and possession charges. For Paper ... [read more]

Lil Wayne The Carter IV Album Review

  Well before getting started I've listened to Wayne since the Hot Boys dropped Get It How U Live album along with B.G, Juvenile and Turk. So I've followed him a long time so I'm not going to bore you anymore and get straight to the review. The first Carter album made me become more of a Wayne fan. The Carter 2 felt like a continuation of the first one as it was a dope album also. The Carter 3 wasn't as nice as the first two, but it still was a good album though.   1. Intro- He just spitting a few bars, nice intro where he ... [read more]

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