Wednesday, March 31, 2010

blindside

Well,
Didn't see that one coming. Happy though. Always wanted good things for him. Now, he's got good things for life. I hope it's for life.

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2 comments:

shoppingjordanonline said...

Back From ‘Vacation,’ Lil Wayne Returns to Reclaim His Perch



UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Just before Lil Wayne, a k a Coach Outlet
Coach online , went to jail last March, he took on a new nickname, Lil

Tunechi. It seemed ungainly at first, awkward sounding and unrevealing. Plus: what rhymes with Tunechi?

Nuisance, stupid, Stooges, sushi, pollution, substitution, movies, Jacuzzi, juicy: all Coach Backpacksthat assonance is in just the first few

seconds of Lil Wayne’s verse on Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now,” one of his best since Lil Wayne’s release from Rikers Island on

Nov. 4, and a reminder that when he’s so inclined, he can weave words like few Coach Tote Bags.

When he left for jail, he was the most popular rapper in the country and also, at times, the absolute best, a dynamo of intricacy,

exuberance and swagger. But much changed during Lil Wayne’s “eight-month vacation,” as he’s called it. His protégés Drake and

Nicki Minaj took over hip-hop’s center, though neither had the specific manic energy of the boss. And bombast returned to the

genre, in the form of Rick Ross and Waka Flocka Flame.

None of that mattered, though, on Sunday night at Coach

Wallets
here when Lil Wayne’s “I Am Still Music” tour arrived for the first of two sold-out shows. For almost two hours Lil

Wayne was vibrant in a performance that was less a show of progress than a reassertion of primacy.

Lil Wayne is the only star of his generation, save Kanye West, who can consistently fill rooms of this size. Before Rikers, he was so

deep into his winning streak that he was on the verge of an experimental phase, as heard on the sometimes noxious rock album

“Rebirth” and the intermittently appealing odds-and-ends collection “I Am Not a Human Being.”

shoppingjordanonline said...

Back From ‘Vacation,’ Lil Wayne Returns to Reclaim His Perch



UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Just before Lil Wayne, a k a Coach Outlet
Coach online , went to jail last March, he took on a new nickname, Lil

Tunechi. It seemed ungainly at first, awkward sounding and unrevealing. Plus: what rhymes with Tunechi?

Nuisance, stupid, Stooges, sushi, pollution, substitution, movies, Jacuzzi, juicy: all Coach Backpacksthat assonance is in just the first few

seconds of Lil Wayne’s verse on Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now,” one of his best since Lil Wayne’s release from Rikers Island on

Nov. 4, and a reminder that when he’s so inclined, he can weave words like few Coach Tote Bags.

When he left for jail, he was the most popular rapper in the country and also, at times, the absolute best, a dynamo of intricacy,

exuberance and swagger. But much changed during Lil Wayne’s “eight-month vacation,” as he’s called it. His protégés Drake and

Nicki Minaj took over hip-hop’s center, though neither had the specific manic energy of the boss. And bombast returned to the

genre, in the form of Rick Ross and Waka Flocka Flame.

None of that mattered, though, on Sunday night at Coach

Wallets
here when Lil Wayne’s “I Am Still Music” tour arrived for the first of two sold-out shows. For almost two hours Lil

Wayne was vibrant in a performance that was less a show of progress than a reassertion of primacy.

Lil Wayne is the only star of his generation, save Kanye West, who can consistently fill rooms of this size. Before Rikers, he was so

deep into his winning streak that he was on the verge of an experimental phase, as heard on the sometimes noxious rock album

“Rebirth” and the intermittently appealing odds-and-ends collection “I Am Not a Human Being.”