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I Am Not A Human Being by Lil Wayne

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Right Above It featuring Drake (Explicit)

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Label: Cash Money
Lil Wayne spent much of 2010 in prison for gun possession. But life goes on as usual in the fantasy world of mainstream hip-hop. And despite its title, I Am Not a Human Being is very much concerned with worldly pleasures, from enjoying "Bill Gates"-sized success to avoiding "p*ssy n*ggas" with "Gonorrhea." Nearly every song is an extended freestyle; some tracks seem on the mark ("Hold Up") while others don't ("Popular"). Fronting hard and tough, Weezy reverts to a Dedication-era rhyme animal for the doubters' sake, even though at this point in his career he should probably look forward.

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Lil Wayne spent much of 2010 in prison for gun possession. But life goes on as usual in the fantasy world of mainstream hip-hop. And despite its title, I Am Not a Human Being is very much concerned with worldly pleasures, from enjoying "Bill Gates"-sized success to avoiding "p*ssy n*ggas" with "Gonorrhea." Nearly every song is an extended freestyle; some tracks seem on the mark ("Hold Up") while others don't ("Popular"). Fronting hard and tough, Weezy reverts to a Dedication-era rhyme animal for the doubters' sake, even though at this point in his career he should probably look forward.

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About This Album

Lil Wayne spent much of 2010 in prison for gun possession. But life goes on as usual in the fantasy world of mainstream hip-hop. And despite its title, I Am Not a Human Being is very much concerned with worldly pleasures, from enjoying "Bill Gates"-sized success to avoiding "p*ssy n*ggas" with "Gonorrhea." Nearly every song is an extended freestyle; some tracks seem on the mark ("Hold Up") while others don't ("Popular"). Fronting hard and tough, Weezy reverts to a Dedication-era rhyme animal for the doubters' sake, even though at this point in his career he should probably look forward.