Wayne gained more prominence with his sixth album Tha Carter III (2008), which became his most successful album to date, with first-week sales of over one million copies in the United States.The album won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album and includes the hit singles "Lollipop", "A Milli" and "Got Money".[Read More] Gillie Da Kid Years of beef: 2003 – 2010 Details: This Gillie Da Kid and Lil Wayne beef all started when Gillie decided to leave Cash Money Records after a disagreement over money with the founders Birdman and Ronald “Slim” Williams in 2003.
[Intro: Lil' Wayne] Wha wha, wha wha, wha wha, wha wha, what [Verse 1: Lil Wayne] Straight off the Black Gold, nuts in my hand, trustin no man Got my Glock cocked, runnin this thing, ya understand We be steamin', blazin', nines, pumps and K's and Hollygrove 17th the hood where I was raised in (what, what, what) Niggas bustin heads and, runnin duckin Feds and (what) Rocks under they tongues and, ki's under they beds and Hood fulla real niggas, twenty-four seven hustlers (Ughhh) Until we shove a barrel down ya pipe suckers Ain't no love for no busta, no fear for no coward No respect from no stunt, and no money without power We keepin niggas hotter, ughhh, nasty and sour Pile up in the Eddie Bauer and "blocka" at every hour Some niggas like that powder, foldin up what they drain Some like that weed or that dope and some shoot it up in they veins (oh) From the home of that 'caine, jackin and crackin brains Broadcastin live from Tha Block, it's Lil' Wayne (who it is? (Well bust somethin nigga) Are you duckin that law?
(Well cook something nigga) Nigga you let them K's go?
Wayne isn’t on the deathbed of his career, signing his life over to VH1 isn’t necessary, but it could prove to be another lucrative move if done correctly. Wayne may be in the biggest fight of his career behind the scenes, but outwardly you wouldn’t be able to tell this is a man who once described himself as a prisoner.
He has toured, created a festival, released an abundance of music, been featured on albums and in commercials, all with reality television stardom on the horizon.
G.'z, alongside fellow New Orleans-based rapper Lil' Doogie. Along with being the flagship artist of Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of his own label imprint, Young Money Entertainment, which he founded in 2005.