Back On My Grizzy 12. You gotta suck dick if you diss wheezy and you still can't get a hit. It was the center of a web, with strands traveling in all different directions that could always link back to the piece they originated from. Get High Rule The World 09. Most of ya niggas probably don't even understand some of his shit.
What remains one of the most striking aspects, 10 years later, is the gift and curse of a great musical project. Just look over your shoulder shoulder Look and see who just showed up showed up It's the southern takeover its over You betta tell em I got dreams to stand on top try and stop blot blot blot yeah i'm fly bitch!!!!!!!! It signified a rapper in touch with his own rumors and an artist able to turn any negative press into something even greater. When looking at Lil Wayne today, one would almost think that he was either retired or dead. However, as stated, mixtapes like Da Drought 3 are relics now; a foreign entity to the casual rap listener today. In fact, the only evidence of Wayne ever discussing it was , in which he basically stated that most of the creative process surrounding the project consisted of him recording endless freestyles in his studio, only to hear other songs on the radio he was determined to rap over. They were an inseparable duo at the time, and much like Tupac and Suge Knight or Puff Daddy and Notorious B. We Takin Over Remix 08.
My dudes, come on, ya'll know that this is some phony bullshit that they're putting out. Dont Stop, Wont Stop 07. If he had a ghost writer that nig would have come out and said something by now. Rappers like 50 Cent, whose name recognition could only be carried so far through underground recordings and months spent looking for a label to sign with, were now at the forefront of music in a short amount of time. Btw, if caught with pirated illegal downloads, the fines can be quite stiff. Although a genius move by companies like Apple Music and Spotify, projects like Da Drought 3 feel almost impossible at this point in terms of their impact. Were they the only ones to credit? The mixtape was a sign of the shift in hip-hop, a transition in both sound and purpose in terms of how music would be distributed and sold, and Birdman and Wayne stood as two of the pioneers of the mid-2000s revolution in that aspect.
On his visit to Rap City, we were introduced not only to a version of Lil Wayne that would bring him more popularity in the entire music industry than ever before, but also one of the greatest musical runs in the hip-hop history. He called out jay-z in the song in not a writer im a biter man do ya research i really dnt think dat dipset wud fuck wit any bod fake. It was a project that took every song rap fans had connections to, and it latched onto that relationship in a way that benefited Wayne the most. No, not just because , but because we saw a glimpse of something greater bubbling below the music surface. It was the peak of mixtapes, one that even artists such as Drake used as a model to craft their own underground projects before release. We had instances of this relationship, with the obvious examples being their joint album which is literally titled Like Father, Like Son, but Da Drought 3 was the first instance in which Wayne was able to fully address the strangeness first hand.
Despite its chaotic nature, Da Drought 3 hit with pinpoint accuracy on almost every mark, from lyrics to substance to memorability. Ride 4 My Niggas 06. Put Some Keys On That 05. Click on the song you want and it will download free of charge. As stated before, his use of bravado soared to new heights on the second installment of the Carter series, but it was bookended by both the beginning of his Dedication mixtape series which would go on to be his most popular , and his aforementioned joint album with Birdman, Like Father, Like Son.
Rappers like the Clipse and Jadakiss, who may have been waiting on their labels to distribute their music, found a new outlet to keep their core bases intact. Y would he have a ghostwriter if he is already hot come on aint nobody gonna make yo hot but you!!! The side effects are it might give you a virus on some downloads. However, on April 10, Wayne channeled a part of himself that was almost unrecognizable at the time. In terms of the mixtape industry, Da Drought 3 was a culmination of the lawless and gritty elements of all the mixtapes before it, and it managed to capture the authenticity of rap without the concerns of a label stepping in to water it down. I Can't Feel My Face 10. It was a rousing song to start off with that intrigued fans of both rappers with the idea of what these two would sound like with a whole album in front of them.
Just look over your shoulder shoulder Look and see who just showed up showed up It's the southern takeover its over You betta tell em I got dreams to stand on top try and stop blot blot blot yeah i'm fly bitch!!!!!!!! The mixtape was a chaotic masterpiece in every way from start to finish. Da Drought 3 was peak Lil Wayne in every sense. Rarely does one hear of new music from him, and when he does decide to release new material its very seldom worth the trouble. You might have a long wait - so best to just buy it and get on with life. It was the first glimpse of an evolved rapper, and one who was transforming right in front of our eyes. All of this can be coupled with the fact that Da Drought 3 was a project that almost seemed perfectly timed by complete accident. Split into two discs, the mixtape never attempted any sort of intricate sequencing to how its songs played out, yet there was always an electrifying feeling to its first five songs.
However, many end up spending a lifetime trying to capture that magic again without stopping to think as to what brought it all together the first time. Wayne had injected himself into the instrumentals of the original version, manipulated and reshaped each of their genetic structures and produced something that became partly his as well. Just my daddy Who said that I be the one? Once you have downloaded it to your desktop, and have instant access, you can type the song in the search bar, and tons of results will come up. What made the mixtape industry so malleable was its ability to promote any and all rappers skilled enough to produce even a halfway decent product. Yet it also was signifier of where mixtapes would eventually head, and what would ultimately become a lost art that record labels and streaming services would finally catch wind of.