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  • Lil Wayne

    Can anyone tell me what the connection is between the Grammy Award winner for the Best Rap Song in 2009‚ “Lollipop”; Lamont in “Hurricane Season”; and the One Family Foundation Organization? The answer my friends‚ is Lil Wayne. Lil Wayne is a popular hip-hop artist around the world today and is an inspiration to youth to engage in opportunities presented to them. He is a prime example of someone who took advantage of the opportunities given to him. He went above and beyond his expectations

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    4/24/12 Music Appreciation Biography of Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. who is better known as Lil Wayne is an American rapper. Lil Wayne was born on September 27‚ 1982 in New Orleans‚ Louisiana‚ Carter mother was a 19 year old chef when he was born. At age 2 Carter’s parents got divorced and his father permanently abandoned him and his mother. While he attended Lafayette Elementary School he was enrolled in the schools gifted program and once he reached secondary school

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  • The Life of Lil Wayne

    Lil Wayne (born Da’Wayne Carter September 27‚ 1982 in New Orleans‚ Louisiana) was one of the Hot Boys‚ an American rap group associated with Cash Money Records. His debut solo album was‚ Tha Block Is Hot was released in 1999. The title track was a huge hit. His second album was 2000’s Lights Out‚ followed by 500 Degreez in 2002. In 2004 he released his latest solo album titled " Tha Carter". ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A native of New Orleans‚ Lil Wayne grew up in the Hollygrove section of

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  • Lil Wayne Biography

    the Holly grove neighborhood of New Orleans’ 17th Ward to East New Orleans. Rabbit later became Wayne’s stepfather. After seeing Lil’Wayne dressed in gang affiliated colors‚ his mommy stopped him from being with Cash Money. Mad at his mommy‚ Lil Wayne ran away from home with his stepfather‘s gun. While playing with the gun‚ he accidentally shot his-self in the chest. He was rushed to the hospital from almost bleeding to death. While in the hospital‚ he told the police the gun belonged to his stepfather

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  • Lil Wayne Figurative Language

    bullet points that might solely exist within the ridiculous world of Lil Wayne. Wayne at the time was destroying mixtapes as he took a large number of shots at other celebrities on his previous album (Tha Carter 2)‚ making him a Hip-Hop superstar. His "best rapper alive" quote is discussed till this day. The first track to start off with is good track titled "3peat" which displays Wayne’s freestyle ability. The way Lil wayne uses his metaphors‚ similes and all different types of figurative language

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  • Lil Wayne Research Paper

    A game-changing artist and an impervious celebrity‚ Lil Wayne began as his career as a near-novelty — a preteen delivering hardcore hip-hop — but through years of maturation and reinventing the mixtape game‚ he developed into a million-selling rapper with a massive body of work‚ one so inventive and cunning that it makes his famous claim of being the “best rapper alive” worth considering. Born Dwayne Michael Carter‚ Jr. and raised in the infamous New Orleans neighborhood of Hollygrove‚ he was a straight-A

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  • Life & Times of Lil Wayne

    Life & times of Lil Wayne Dwayne Michael Carter‚ Jr. (born September 27‚ 1982)‚ known by his stage name Lil Wayne (pron.: /ˌlɪl ˈweɪn/)‚ is an American hip hop recording artist from New Orleans‚ Louisiana. In 1991‚ at the age of nine‚ Lil Wayne joined Cash Money Records as the youngest member of the label‚ and half of the duo‚ The B.G.’z‚ with fellow New Orleans-based rapper B.G.. In 1996‚ Lil Wayne joined Southern hip hop group Hot Boys‚ which also included rappers Juvenile‚ B.G.‚ and Young Turk

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  • Art and Poetry Lil Wayne

    Lil Wayne: The Urban Poet Recently I attended a Lil Wayne concert and his music and performance captured my attention and gave me a greater appreciation for poetry. At the concert I noticed an overwhelming amount of marks on his body that did not seem to be cuts or bruises. Once I took a closer look I noticed his body was like a canvas with tons of artistic tattoos that expressed his emotions and struggles almost as well as his lyrics. The first tattoo I noticed was the newest addition to his

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  • Lil Snupe

    24 October 2013 A Nigga from the Ghetto Lil Snupe was my favorite upcoming artist. His life was shortly ended after becoming a “DreamChaser”. Lil Snupe died over a dice game. This world is unbearable to live in with jealousy and hatred floating in the air like bad breath. All he wanted was house. Here’s the question in Meek Mill song “R.I.P Lil Nigga Snupe”‚ “So what’s a nigga ’sposed to do? Tell ’em put the guns down or tell lil nigga shoot?” This song motivates me personally. I’m living

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  • Lil Wayne Research Paper

    For over 25 years‚ American rapper Lil Wayne has grown to be one of the biggest and most influential lyricists in the hip-hop music industry. Wayne started rapping at the age of 12 and since then has discussed gang violence‚ guns‚ women‚ drugs‚ and his abundant wealth. In recent news Lil Wayne has stated that he has never dealt with racism. His defense is that because he is a young rich black man‚ that America must see clearly that black lives do matter. These statements didn’t come by surprise to

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