After a week of big releases, this week we had an opportunity to digest some new music. This week we had the chance to check out some sleepers that some people may have not really gotten into yet. We also began to look forward to some upcoming albums with Quavo and Ella Mai both releasing new tracks. So let’s dig into some new hot tracks from this week.
As the world is transferring into using streaming services for music, mixtapes are harder to find. This is due to the copyright laws which keeps them from streaming platforms. This is a big deal because of one of the most exciting part of music in the 2000s will be left in that era. Even though some labels are trying to bring some of their key artists earlier works to streaming, what will the fate of them be in the end?
After years of waiting and anticipation, Tha Carter V has finally arrived and I couldn’t be happier as a fan. With the last installment in the series, Wayne has given us real deep look into his mind. With this album, he talked about his thoughts on committing suicide and how he overcame so many of his demons to become what he is today. Here are my thoughts on Tha Carter V and the future of Cash Money.
Today I would like to show some appreciation to one of my favorite artists Lil Wayne. Ever since the release of Tha Carter back in the summer of 2004 I have been a fan of Wayne. Wayne has been around for a long time in the industry. In 1991 Baby discovered Wayne and ever since he’s been evolving and growing as an artist. Wayne has grown so much over the years he’s even transcended past what we expected from him. Let’s take a look at what Wayne’s done for the industry and what we hope he will do for it in the future.