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Lil Wayne (born, Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.) is a rapper born Sept 27, 1982, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He grew up in the area of Hollygrove. Although lyrically not always the best rapper, he makes up for it with his personality and his songs that are worth listening to. His attitude and stage presence has made him one of the biggest rappers out there. He has made and been in over 100's and 1000's of songs, but there is the issue of quality vs. quantity. He has 6 studio albums, with 2 on the way, 10 official mixtapes, and 4 collab albums in the past 10 years which is an incredible amount of music, for 1 artist. Many of his haters are in no position to judge, because they listen to his shitty radio songs and think he's mainstream and overrated, they don't take the time to listen to his songs that go deeper than money, cars and woman. This may be a biased coming from a lil wayne fan myself, but I think his songs that are lyrically clever and original and have meaning make up for all the shit lyrics he puts out as well. He's been working towards his success since he was just 8 years old, and is dedicated and devoted to both his career and his fans. Many think he'll never compare to the timeless legendary rappers such as tupac, nas, biggie or even eminem, but in the end he deserves all the same respect as these rappers, because no matter how much we try to deny it, he was ambitious and has worked hard to be where he's at and I believe he deserves all his success and more.
Call me weezy baby, don't forget the baby.

Lil Wayne songs that in my opinion are worth the listen:

3 peat
la la la
love me or hate me
yeah baby
something that you forgot
sky's the limit
mr. carter
drop the world ft. eminem
pussy money weed
im me
get high rule the world
hustler musik
playing with fire
lollipop

but it's all in one's opinion.

Weezy, baby. please say the baby. If not, don't ya motherfuckin' say it at all, bitch.
by ashleywazlike January 31, 2010
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one of the hardest working rappers out there.


everyone's entitled to their opinions, but i'd like to see any of you clowns actually get famous and successful and make money like him.. you all act like you can fucking do it or even do it better.. or that you're actually in the business.. just stick to your day job there's a reason you're just "average"...joke
Lil Wayne is peerless look it up kids.
by 0NE l0VE March 29, 2009
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A rapper. Some people Reallllly like him, some people love him, some people just think he's alright, some people hate him, it doesn't matter. He's sold more songs than you can imagine. You try, bet you can't do it! :)
Lil Wayne? Ohh that rapper, yeah I heard that one song of his.
by Stina! February 15, 2009
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Lil Wayne is a indeed an artist that may frequently come across as cocky or over-confident. One must admit that he is talented despite their disdain for his temperament. His style of wordplay based on metaphores and associations is undoubtably unprecendented, (when listened to without bias). His freestyles speak for themselves: listen to THe Dedication 2 Mixtape & Da Drought 3
"Lil Wayne refering to the two pistols he carries with him, and the effect they will have on any assailant.."

my two best friends will accompany me
and right now they are in my dungarees sleep
one name Mack one name Nenna
they hit ya make ya do the Macarenna
where ya tools

by Haitano April 23, 2007
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A Hip Hop/Rap artist. He basically has an age limit. Anyone over 20 who grew up listening to Kurtis Blow, Public Enemy, Nas, etc. probably hates him because they don't like his flow, his lyrics, or the beats. They can relate more to "FIGHT THE MAN!" than "I wish I could fxck every girl in the world". Some people consider him to "mainstream" but what the hell do you want him to do? Should he be a mixtape rapper his whole life (even though he releases a different mixtape basically every other day). And for the people who are older that are saying "Lil Wayne's the reason Hip Hop's dead! FIGHT THE POWER MAN, FIGHT THE POWER, YEAH!" really need to get with 21st century. Go ahead and listen to those beat-ass fourty five year old rappers that think they can still spit (Jay-Z, Nas, LL Cool J, etc.) but Hip Hop's changing. You might think that Hip Hop's dying, but everyone else thinks Hip Hop's being reborn.
"pimpin' over her and i ain't santa claus but I make it rain dear/money out the ass, yea, money out the rear/weezy at the plate, i could bunt it outta hear" - "Whip It" - Lil Wayne
by WezzyF.Babyy July 14, 2009
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lil wayne is a "great" rapper, but i think mainly its because rap fucking sucks now, im black, and i used to listen to more rap than rock. now rap is so garbage that i listen to more rock. ol' skool rap is better than wayne, but wayne does dominate this era. but hey i guess its not hard when there's songs out called marco polo, and the WHOLE chorus is just
marco.. polo
marco... polo
marcopolomarcopolo
thats fuckin retarded. and it makes me proud that wayne is educating himself at the University of Houston, and alot of his metaphors link to people that only someone with an education would know. plus he studys ALL genres of music and even expresses them in his lyrics, he is amazing at what he does, but then again all rap used to have a story.
"..it's just me and my guitar, yeah bitch i'm heavy metalin, and you can get the fuckin led zeppelin.." - Lil Wayne
"..When You Say You Want Beef, Then I Got Yah Boy, Ill Juss Let The Big Mac Whopp Ya Boy
See My Dreads Hanging lookin like a rasta Boy, Fuck wit My Rosta An I'll Turn Into Mufasa Boy
We Run Up In Ya Casa Boy,And Blast Off Like Nasa Boy, (Uhh)" - Lil Wayne
by Derik Clayton September 03, 2008
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Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.
Weezy F Baby
Young Money
Mr Carter

The GREATEST rapper alive.
He's the rawest mc in the game. His rhymes are the shit, and everyone know it.
You heard that new Lil Wayne song?

Hell Yeahh, Wayne is the shit.
by weezybabyyyyyy December 17, 2009
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