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Charlamagne The God On The Carter 5


Charlamagne The God, highly acclaimed radio and television personality, is well-known for his blunt judgements on music and popular culture alike. With the recent release of Lil Wayne’s Carter 5 album, he has expressed his criticism on his hit radio show, The Breakfast Club, explaining that he’s not impressed and arguing that the album didn’t hold up to the reputation Lil Wayne had built as one of Hip Hop’s greatest rappers of all time.

This judgement was made after listening to the song “Let It Fly” featuring Travis Scott. After taking some time to really listen to the entire album, Charlamagne Tha God insisted that his statement made before listening to the entire 23-track album still stands. He says that even though the mediocracy of the album will not hurt Wayne’s reputation as the greatest of all time, it won’t do anything to enhance his standing either.

Charlamagne has expressed his disinterest in the lyrical quality of Lil Wayne’s music for a few years now. Like other Wayne fans, Charlamagne has noticed a lack of intention and meaning in the lyrical quality of Wayne’s music. Charlamagne says that this new album is no different.

Even with the unevenness of the lyrical quality according to Charlamagne Tha God, the Carter 5 is receiving outstanding reviews. There are a few fans who would like to see more, but the overall opinion of the album has been positive. This album came jam-packed with amazing features including Wayne’s own daughter Reginae Carter, and even words of encouragement from Lil Wayne’s mother. Go To This Page for additional information.

Most fans are extremely excited that Lil Wayne has released new music despite the decade-long controversy that has ensued with his label, Cash Money Records. Charlamagne’s opinion is always anticipated among Hip Hop fans across thee world. Although he wasn’t in love with Wayne’s new album, the fact that he gave it a neutral review will leave a lot of fans curious enough to form their own opinions.


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