L il Wayne was the Michael Jordan of hip-hop once, the greatest to ever hold a mic. Then he went to jail. Leaving music to serve a one-year sentence for gun possession is, in a weird way, comparable to Jordan retiring from basketball — for the second time, and for what some thought was for good — in Jordan returned to the NBA in to play two seasons, but even then he was only ever a shadow of his former self. Lil Wayne is now, too, a shadow. Lil Wayne is not superheroic. Incarceration is real and it affects the body and soul.
Lil Wayne began his career as a near-novelty, a preteen delivering hardcore Southern hip-hop. Through years of maturation and prolific output, during which the delivery of his humorous and wordplay-heavy rhymes gradually changed from ringing and pugnacious to stoned and rasped, he developed into a million-selling artist with a massive body of work, one so inventive and cunning that it makes his claim of being the "best rapper alive" worth considering. Wayne debuted at the age of 12, received his first platinum certification only five years later as a member of the Hot Boys , and immediately thereafter became a formidable solo artist with Tha Block Is Hot , his first of 12 Top Ten albums on the Billboard During a period of constant output entailing not just successful full-lengths but also reputation-building mixtapes and featured appearances on pop hits like Destiny's Child 's "Soldier" , he reached mainstream superstar status with Tha Carter III A triple-platinum blockbuster, it spawned the number one pop hit "Lollipop" and the number six follow-up "A Milli," and netted three Grammy awards, including Best Rap Album. Throughout the s, despite numerous legal and creative battles, Wayne continued to be a regular presence on the upper reaches of the charts with albums such as Tha Carter IV and I Am Not a Human Being II , additional smash singles as a headliner, and a continually lengthening list of collaborative hits, including the multi-platinum "Sucker for Pain" for the Suicide Squad soundtrack in and "I'm the One" headlined by DJ Khaled in Born Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr.
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Who Is Lil Wayne?
Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. He is regarded by many contemporaries as one of the most influential hip hop artists of his generation,  and often cited as one of the greatest rappers of all time. Wayne was put in a duo with label-mate B. Lil Wayne's solo debut album Tha Block Is Hot was his solo breakthrough, and he reached higher popularity with his fourth album Tha Carter and fifth album Tha Carter II , as well as several mixtapes and collaborations throughout and He gained more prominence within the music industry with his sixth album Tha Carter III , with first-week sales of over one million copies in the US. Wayne's rock -influenced album titled Rebirth was released in
The rapper has also found himself in trouble with the law on numerous occasions, serving time behind bars in for criminal possession of a weapon. Lil Wayne has been creating music since he was a child in Hollygrove, one of New Orleans' poorest neighborhoods. Lil Wayne started rapping at the age of 8. He later met brothers Bryan and Slim Williams, the founders of Cash Money Records, who were impressed enough with his skills to give him one of their business cards. Ambitious, Wayne continued to call them until they took him under their wing and let him hang around the label's offices. Away from the studios, he was living dangerously. He sold crack for a time, and accidentally shot himself in the chest, according to an article in Rolling Stone. But the bullet went straight through, and I bounced back in two weeks. As part of the Hot Boys, Lil Wayne got his first taste of success.