Lil Wayne Dropped The Carter V a new album just released after 36th birthday, this one if the one is the fifth volume of Tha Carter series, but also mixtapes he use as a therapy session to talk from his heart and detox his life from many things that haunted him from the past that’s why Carter V, Lil Wayne New Album: Confirm His the “Greatest Rapper Alive”.
Lil Wayne was engaged in some counterproductive, legal battles and contractual obligation disputes, what was positioned as Weezy F. Baby’s final album began to be a weary time for fans who relentless looked forward to what the auto-proclaimed “Greatest Rapper Alive” will drop for them in the future.
Eventually, for the enjoyment of the music industry in the fans after many rumours and unconfirmed starts, Tha Carter V has arrived just on time with a perfect timing for Lil Wayne’s 36th birthday to celebrate his legacy with his supporters for being with him after all those years and will continue in this journey with him.
Lil Wayne has taken a break to reinvented himself before he released something completely new from what he already done in the past, but for the best something revolutionary from what is happening now in the music industry.
The New Orleans auto-proclaimed “Greatest Rapper Alive” served us a dish of 23 tracks that cover just about every single version of Lil Wayne imaginable to digest in one piece possible the tracklist impressive and diversify :
1. I Love You Dwayne
2. Don’t Cry f. XXXTENTACION
5. Let It Fly f. Travis Scott
6. Can’t Be Broken
7. Dark Side of the Moon f. Nicki Minaj
8. Mona Lisa f. Kendrick Lamar
9. What About Me f. Sosamann
10. Open Letter
11. Famous f. Reginae Carter
13. Dope Niggaz f. Snoop Dogg
15. Took His Time
16. Open Safe
17. Start This Shit Off Right f. Ashanti & Mack Maine
20. Dope New Gospel f. Nivea
21. Perfect Strangers
22. Used 2
23. Let It All Work Out
In this new mixtapes, Lil Wayne brings a lot of friends and fan to featuring within this masterpiece many big are present such as XXXTENTACION, Nivea, Ashanti & Mack Maine, Snoop Dogg, Reginae Carter, Sosamann, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott and more.
Lil Wayne also addresses his suicide attempt on “Let It All Work Out”, or self-inflicted gunshot scene that happened many years ago when he was a 12-year-old boy.
Lil Way open up to the public, in straight talk came from the deep of his heart by answer many questions about his personal life for his fans like you see by yourself from this astonishing piece of powerful lyrics:
I found my momma’s pistol where she always hides it
I cry, put it to my head and thought about it
Nobody was home to stop me, so I called my auntie
Hung up, then put the gun up to my heart and pondered
Too much was on my conscience to be smart about it
Too torn apart about it, I am where my heart was pounding
I shot it, and I woke up with blood all around me
It’s mine, I didn’t die, but as I was dying
God came to my side and we talked about it
Lil Wayne gave everything in this album that’s why the public responds so positively and blow-up the twitter feed with comment and joy and there are because Lil Wayne is back better than ever on Carter V his best Album ever so far in few days.