- Following Big Tymers' Hood Rich on up the charts, Lil Wayne's third album tries to trump the big Cash Money hit by ex-labelmate Juvenile (400 Degreez).With the smooth, laid-back productions of Mannie Fresh leading the way for Wayne's drawling delivery, 500 Degreez does just that.
- After taking a year off the scene, Lil Wayne returns with his follow-up to 'Lights Out' with '500 Degreez.' After Juvenile released the supposed classic with '400 Degreez', Wayne is out to prove that his spit game and this album is wayyy hotter. Fly Talkin' (Intro) - No Rating 2. Look at Me - 4/5 3. Way of Life (Featuring Big Tymers & TQ.
- Lil Wayne Baby let me get the keys to the rover No, let me get the keys to the house in Eastover So I can throw a 500 Degreez platinum party Than the after party Me and my Squad stomping in this bitch Fuck a bachelor party Don't go to rapper parties – I'm no rapper man.
- Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. (born September 27, 1982), better known by his stage name Lil Wayne ( /ˌlɪl ˈweɪn/), is an American rapper. In 1991, at the age of nine, Lil Wayne joined Cash Money Records as the youngest member of the label, and half of the duo, The B.G.'
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Packaging resources. In an exclusive interview with Wild Wayne of New Orleans radio station Q93, Lil Wayne and the radio host compare the naming of Juvenile’s 1998 album, 400 Degreez, and Lil Wayne’s 2002 album.
It isn't a pretty sound, especially when he desperately flashes his bankroll on 'Way Of Life,' a Tupac-sampling mistake, and reminds anyone who'll listen on 'F--k You' that he's still part of the Cash Money clique. One tune is actually titled 'Look At Me,' which sums up his dilemma nicely. Things don't stay that dire; although not as pop-friendly as the Big Tymers' Hood Rich, the electro-bounce beats (courtesy of Jazzy Pha, in addition to label mastermind Mannie Fresh) are intermittently interesting, and Wayne wraps his nasal, Big Easy drawl around a good idea or two, like 'Bloodline,' a singsong defense of heredity. But like Project English, the last outing from Wayne's former Hot Boys partner, Juvenile, this workmanlike effort makes its star sound farther than ever from his early promise.