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Saturday, 8 January 2011


A fall favourite makes it to new years for January's best.

LAFAYETTE, LA - JANUARY 08: Lil Wayne performs at the Cajundome on January 8, 2010 in Lafayette, Louisiana. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

As Lil' Wayne looks to stand taller than anyone else every year he closed last fall and his coming home celebration party with the big '6 Foot, 7 Foot'. The song is the first single off Weezy's 'The Carter IV' sequel to his classic series. This rap tracks stand head and shoulders above the rest in the rap game like Kobe Bryant in the NBA game. Lil' Wayne is reunited with producer Bangladesh and the duo create a song as heavy, powerful and as catchy as the classic 'A Milli' off 'The Carter III'. Expect some platinum sales with a song with a catchy sample and even cooler rhymes from Wayne relaying as the record spins. For two verses Lil' Wayne delivers much more strong bars than he was put behind for a year. With lines like "I speak the truth, but I guess that’s a foreign language to y’all/and I call it like I see it, and my glasses on/but most of y’all don’t get the picture ‘less the flash is on/satisfied with nothing, you don’t know the half of it". The rapper proves on his homecoming that he hasn't changed with this relentless barrage. He's still one of the best, most charismatic, enigmatic and energetic talents. He goes on for so long you forget Corey Gunz is on this record. Until with a minute left Corey comes gunning off the bench with spark-plug rhymes. Hip-Hop had a great 2010 and with this track and forthcoming album it shows no sign of slowing down in 2011. Just like this song. 4.5/5. TIM DAVID HARVEY.

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