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YOUNG MONEY – ROADBlOCK [ lil WAYNE, MACK MAiNE, T-STREETS & SHANEll ]

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Tracklist:
01. Lil’ Wayne – Every Girl (Feat. Drake, Jae Millz, Mack Maine, & Gudda Gudda)
02. Lil’ Wayne – Im A Go Getta
03. Lil’ Wayne – I Told Ya’ll
04. Drake – I’m Going In (Feat. Lil’ Wayne & Young Jeezy )
05. Drake – Man Of The Year (Feat. Lil’ Wayne)
06. Drake – Ignorant Shit (Feat. Lil’ Wayne)
07. Lil’ Wayne- Spit In Your Face (Feat. Kevin Rudolf)
08. Lil’ Wayne – Does What She Does (Feat. Juelz Santana)
09. Drake – Unstoppable (Feat. Santogold & Lil’ Wayne)
10. Drake – Try Harder
11. Drake – Successful (Feat. Trey Songz & Lil’ Wayne)
12. Lil’ Wayne – Die Happy
13. Lil’ Wayne – November 18th
14. Drake – Say Whats Real
15. Drake – Beat I Ever Had
16. Lil’ Wayne – Politics (Feat. Gudda Gudda)
17. Drake – Asthma Team
18. Drake – Barry Bonds
19. Lil’ Wayne – Rollers Riders
20. Drake – Comeback Season
21. Drake – Easy To Please (Feat. Richie Sosa)
22. Lil’ Wayne – I Want This Forever (Feat. Drake)
23. Nicki Minaj – Go Hard (Feat. Lil’ Wayne)
24. Nicki Minaj – I Get Crazy (Feat. Lil’ Wayne)

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NiCKi MiNAGJ SAiD TO BE NEW QUEEN BEE OF HiP – HOP . WAT DO YA`ll THiNK ? . CliCK liNK BElOW PiCS TO READ ARTiClE .

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Nicki Minaj is the Cindy Sherman of rap. Since making a splash recreating Lil’ Kim’s infamous bikini-squat pose for the cover of her 2008 mixtape “Sucka Free,” Minaj — a 24-year-old, multiracial (she is of African, Trinidadian and Indo-Asian descent) Queens-born rapper — has assumed the roles of Marilyn Monroe, Chaka Khan, Mickey Mouse and even Harry Potter’s pal Hermione. Now Minaj, a protégée of the rap impresario Lil’ Wayne, is drawing attention for her searing new summer album, “Beam Me Up Scotty,” and her accompanying reinvention in Wonder Woman drag.

Female M.C.’s have traditionally had their choice of two routes up the charts: showboat their brutal expertise in all things streets and sheets (Foxy Brown, Remy Ma, Trina) or affect an unthreatening and palatable pop persona (Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Lil’ Mama). Minaj has hybridized a course all her own, blending keen pop culture whimsy with lyrical power trips fit for the boardroom, a sporadic and unexplained London accent and flourishes of gale-force girlishness that make Mariah Carey look like Miranda from “Sex and the City.” Plus she’s got a great ear for hits — in addition to her original material, she’s re-recorded verses over many of the year’s best tracks as if they were her own. Minaj, now the world is ready for you, and the wonders you can do.

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THE ORiGiNAl DATE WAS APRiL 17TH NOW iT’S THE 6TH TiME iT’S PUSHD BACK NOW iT’S AUGUST 18TH

lil WAYNE

“Expect great music. That’s all I ever want them to expect from me. I wanted to grow and show my growth as well. It’s a difference from when you go in a room and come out and you’re better and everyone says, ‘How did you do that?’ So with this album, I wanted everyone to see my growing pains.”

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Although it has been pushed back multiple times, Lil Wayne says that his new “Rebirth” album is done and ready to go. “Expect great music. That’s all I ever want them to expect from me,” Wayne recently said.  [watch here] “I wanted to grow and show my growth as well,” he added. “It’s a difference from when you go in a room and come out and you’re better and everyone says, ‘How did you do that?’ So with this album, I wanted everyone to see my growing pains.” [watch here]

Cool and Dre, a producing duo working on the album, recently talked about it. “The best way to describe the Rebirth record is that it’s a Lil Wayne record,” Dre said. “It’s where Lil Wayne is right now in his life and career — he’s expressing himself musically.

“It’s almost like where Outkast was when they made Aquemini,” he continued. “It’s still a rap album, but was it really a rap album compared to all the other rap albums at that time? Andre Benjamin was evolving artistically to where he’s at now — Wayne is doing the same thing, and he’s not afraid to show you his growth. It’s one thing we respect about him, and we feel it’s something that everybody else should respect about him … he shows no fear. To put himself out there, you’re watching someone as they progress in their career.”

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