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No Ceilings
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Tattoo Smiley Pullover Hoodie
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$24.99
Tha Carter V
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Lil Wayne
10 months ago
#WelcomeToThaCarterTour is pullin’ up FRONT and CENTER! On May 13, LIVE from The Wiltern, LA + watch the ENTIRE show on demand for 2 days. Tickets are on sale NOW! 🤙🏾 https://driift.link/LilWayne

Fan Reviews

Gary
December 17th 2023
Venue staff took forever to respond to a medical emergency. And didn't clean up the unsanitary area after finishing and we had club seats other than that show was amazing
Baltimore, MD@
CFG Bank Arena
Sav
September 20th 2023
Mark came through the croud fist bumping ppl and singing. He walked right up to me and fist bumbed my hand that was holding my phone recording a snapchat of him. Also after every song lil wayne performed he curtsied and said thank you😂😂
Camden, NJ@
BB&T Pavilion
Donna
May 14th 2023
I’ve seen Lil Wayne. This is my second time and this is the best concert I’ve ever been to out of hundreds me my husband had the most amazing time ever and the best birthday gift.
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About Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne was born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was around the time of the move that Dwayne Carter began to get involved more deeply in rap music, signing with Cash Money at the age of 11. A year after his move to East New Orleans, Carter accidentally shot himself in the chest with McDonald's .44 Taurus Magnum, he would subsequently be on life support for two weeks. A year later, Jacida would demand Carter stay away from Brian "Baby" Williams, having gone to school with his older brother Ronald "Slim" Williams, both founders of Cash Money. The separation would only last a year, as Carter returned to Cash Money after the death of Reginald McDonald on March 7, 1997. Juz tha King sponsored his performances and took him under his wing.



Lil Wayne - Personal Relationships

At the age of 16, Wayne had a daughter named Reginae Carter with Antonia "Toya", his high school sweetheart. The two later divorced.

It is confirmed that Lil Wayne was at one time engaged to Kim Kardashian, but the wedding was canceled. Wayne is now rumored to be engaged to Lauren London.


Lil Wayne - Education

Lil Wayne later enrolled at and is currently attending the University of Houston in Houston, Texas since early 2005, where he is majoring in political science. According to the Cash Money Records website, Wayne later switched his major to psychology.


Lil Wayne - Criminal history

On July 22, 2007, Lil Wayne was arrested in New York City following a performance at the Beacon Theater. NYPD discovered Wayne and another man smoking marijuana near a tour bus on 61st and Columbus. After taking Wayne into custody, police discovered a pistol on his person, and he was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and marijuana.

On October 5, 2007, Lil Wayne was arrested in Boise, Idaho, following a permformance at Qwest Arena. Wayne was arrested on felony fugitive charges after Georgia authorities accused the rapper of possessing a controlled substance. Wayne was freed on $20,000 bond. The incident was later described as a "mix-up" and the fugitive charges were dropped.

On January 23, 2008, Lil Wayne was arrested alongside two others. His tour bus was stopped by Border Patrol agents near Yuma, Arizona. Lil Wayne had a .44 caliber pistol. A K-9 Unit recovered 105 grams of marijuana (3.7 ounces), almost 29 grams of cocaine (1.02 ounces), 41 grams of Ecstasy (1.05 ounces) and $22,000 dollars in cash. He has since been released on bail of $10,185
Lil Wayne: Career

Wayne's first contact with hip-hop was listening to local Cash Money Records artists like Pimp Daddy and U.N.L.V., whom he would later credit as his earliest influences. Wayne began rapping at block parties as a child. His performance at one of the parties caught the ear of Lil Slim, a Cash Money rapper from the neighborhood, who gave Lil Wayne his phone number. He went to an autograph-signing session with Lil Slim, and there met Cash Money Records owners, "Baby" and "Slim" Williams. His freestyling abilities impressed the Williams brothers, but they were initially reluctant to sign him. Eleven-year-old Wayne started to record freestyles on Baby's answering machine and would frequently visit Cash Money offices. When Baby saw so much enthusiasm in the young rapper, he signed him. Wayne was later hooked up with another newcomer, Lil' Doogie (who would later become as famous as B.G.), to form The B.G.'z. The group released their first and only album, True Story, in 1995.

In 1997, Wayne formed the Hot Boys along with Juvenile, Turk, and B.G., and they released their seminal debut CD Get It How You Live. The record's success earned fans throughout the South and Midwest. He further distinguished himself on the Hot Boys' multi platinum-selling Universal debut, Guerrilla Warfare, which was released in 1998 and was followed by their 2003 release, Let Em Burn.
Lil Wayne - Cash Money and Young Money

In 2005, Wayne was named president of Cash Money, and in the same year he founded Young Money Entertainment as an imprint of Cash Money. However, as of late 2007, Wayne reports that he has stepped down from the management of both labels and has handed management of Young Money over to Cortez Bryant.



Lil Wayne: Music history

Lil Wayne - Tha Block Is Hot (1999)

Wayne's debut solo album featured significant contributions from the Hot Boys and went double platinum, climbing to #3 on the Billboard album charts. The album earned Wayne a 1999 Source award nomination for "Best New Artist". The title track became a Top Ten hit. Other notable tracks included "Fuck tha World"--a rare instance of Wayne using profanity in his early career--in which he describes the pressures that accompany having a daughter at age 16.

Lil Wayne - Lights Out (2000)

Wayne's follow-up album failed to attain the level of success achieved by his debut, although is was certified Gold. At this point in his development as an emcee, Wayne was criticized for coasting on his fame and the collective success of the Hots Boys. Critics pointed to the lack of coherent narratives in his verses as evidence that he had yet to mature to the level of his fellow Hot Boys. Notable tracks included "Everything," which Wayne dedicated to his late stepfather Reginald "Rabbit" McDonald, and "Grown Man," in which Wayne raps about the responsibilities that come with adulthood.
Lil Wayne - 500 Degreez (2002)

Wayne's third album followed the format of his previous two, with significant contributions from the Hot Boys and the distinctive beat-making of producer Mannie Fresh. While certified Gold like its predecessor, it too failed to match the success of Wayne's debut. The title was a reference to the recently estranged Hot Boys member Juvenile's recording, 400 Degreez.
Lil Wayne - Tha Carter (2004)

In the summer of 2004, Wayne released Tha Carter. Often cited as a highlight of his career, Tha Carter marked a significant development in Wayne's flow and delivery, as the young rapper began to employ more original diction and syntax, while occasionally experimenting with his voice and inflection. In addition, the album's cover art featured the debut of Wayne's now-signature dreadlocks. Tha Carter gained Wayne significant recognition, selling 878,000 copies in the United States, while the single "Go DJ" became a Top 5 Hit. The album was loosely organized around the theme of Wayne's mansion, which he refers to as Tha Carter. The tracks "Walk In," "Tha Carter," and "Walk Out" employ this concept, as Wayne takes the listener through his house, rapping about the activity therein. Before the release of the album, Wayne garnered attention by releasing a mixtape called The Prefix, which included him rapping over a handful of beats from Jay-Z's The Black Album. Wayne's connection to Jay-Z continued on Tha Carter, when he referred to himself as, "The best rapper alive, since the best rapper retired" on the track "Bring It Back," referencing Jay-Z's subsequent retirement after releasing The Black Album. This statement by Wayne marked the first time he called himself "The Best Rapper Alive" on a recording. Wayne's continued use of the boast from this point on in his career has essentially transformed the phrase into yet another nickname for the rapper.

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter II (2005)

December 6, 2005 brought the second installment of "Tha Carter" series. The album marked yet another shift in Wayne's career, as it was his first major release to lack the beats of longtime Cash Money Records producer Mannie Fresh, who had since left the label. As a result, Tha Carter II contained a more diverse range of production style than had previously been present on Wayne's recordings. Tha Carter II sold more than 238,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. The lead single, "Fireman," became a hit in the US, peaking at 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The second single, "Grown Man", received little attention, while the third single "Hustler Musik" received a video and gained moderate airplay. Other notable tracks include "Fly In," "Carter II," and "Fly Out" which mirror the series of "walk" tracks that appeared on Tha Carter. Wayne also furthered his claim of being the "Best Rapper Alive" by including a track of the same name on the album.
Lil Wayne - The Mixtape Years (2006-2007)

Lil Wayne performing in 2007.

Wayne's popularity continued to climb in the years following "Tha Carter" albums, yet no major solo album debuted during this period. Instead, Wayne reached his audience through a plethora of mixtapes and guest appearances on a variety of pop and hip-hop singles. Of Wayne's many mixtapes, Dedication 2 and Da Drought 3 received the most media exposure and critical review. The former, released in 2006, paired Wayne with DJ Drama and contained the acclaimed socially conscious track "Georgia.......Bush," in which Wayne critiqued President George W. Bush's response to the tragic effects of Hurricane Katrina on the city of New Orleans. Da Drought 3 was released the following year and was available for free legal download. It contained Wayne rapping over a variety of beats from recent hits by other musicians. The impressive flow, varied deliveries, charisma, dexterous freestyling that appeared on these mixtapes vaulted Wayne into the public eye, and won him a number of features in prominent hip-hop magazines, such as XXL and Vibe

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III (2008)

After numerous delays, Wayne's next solo studio release is finally expected in stores in March of 2008. Initially planned to be released in 2007, Tha Carter III's largest delay came after the majority of the tracks were leaked and distributed on mixtapes, such as "The Drought Is Over Pt. 2" and "The Drought Is Over Pt. 4." Wayne initially decided to use the leaked tracks, plus four new tracks, to make a separate album, titled Tha Carter III: The Leak. The Leak was to be released December 18, 2007, with the actual album being delayed until March 18, 2008, The release of The Leak in this format never came to fruition, but an official EP titled The Leak and containing five tracks was released digitally on December 25, 2007. Tha Carter III then had a release date of March 18, 2008. For unknown reasons was never released. The new release date was set to June 10, 2008. With 16 new tracks, you can also buy an additional disc that has the previously leaked tracks.

Lil Wayne - Collaborations

Lil Wayne has made guest appearances on numerous records, including (most notably) Destiny's Child's 2004 hit "Soldier", Avant's 2005 record "You Know What", and Fat Joe's 2006 track "Make It Rain". Recently, Wayne appeared on Playaz Circle's hit song, "Duffle Bag Boy".
Da Drought 3

His third album, Tha Carter III, was released on June 10th, 2008. As of June 19, 2008, records indicate that Tha Carter III sold over 1 million copies within the first week.

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Live Photos of Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne at Live Stream in Live Stream 2023
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Latest Post

Lil Wayne
10 months ago
#WelcomeToThaCarterTour is pullin’ up FRONT and CENTER! On May 13, LIVE from The Wiltern, LA + watch the ENTIRE show on demand for 2 days. Tickets are on sale NOW! 🤙🏾 https://driift.link/LilWayne

Lil Wayne merchamazonview store

No Ceilings
$13.98
Tattoo Smiley Pullover Hoodie
$49.99
Funeral
$6.01
Illustrated Face T-Shirt
$24.99
Tha Carter V
$32.99
The Carter V Photo T-Shirt
$24.99
Tha Carter II
$11.54
Green Photo Pullover Hoodie
$49.99
Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III Deluxe Clu...
$89.95
iPhone 14 Lil Wayne Skull Case
$19.99
View All
Lil Wayne's tour

Fan Reviews

Gary
December 17th 2023
Venue staff took forever to respond to a medical emergency. And didn't clean up the unsanitary area after finishing and we had club seats other than that show was amazing
Baltimore, MD@
CFG Bank Arena
Sav
September 20th 2023
Mark came through the croud fist bumping ppl and singing. He walked right up to me and fist bumbed my hand that was holding my phone recording a snapchat of him. Also after every song lil wayne performed he curtsied and said thank you😂😂
Camden, NJ@
BB&T Pavilion
Donna
May 14th 2023
I’ve seen Lil Wayne. This is my second time and this is the best concert I’ve ever been to out of hundreds me my husband had the most amazing time ever and the best birthday gift.
Live Stream@
Live Stream
View More Fan Reviews

About Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne was born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was around the time of the move that Dwayne Carter began to get involved more deeply in rap music, signing with Cash Money at the age of 11. A year after his move to East New Orleans, Carter accidentally shot himself in the chest with McDonald's .44 Taurus Magnum, he would subsequently be on life support for two weeks. A year later, Jacida would demand Carter stay away from Brian "Baby" Williams, having gone to school with his older brother Ronald "Slim" Williams, both founders of Cash Money. The separation would only last a year, as Carter returned to Cash Money after the death of Reginald McDonald on March 7, 1997. Juz tha King sponsored his performances and took him under his wing.



Lil Wayne - Personal Relationships

At the age of 16, Wayne had a daughter named Reginae Carter with Antonia "Toya", his high school sweetheart. The two later divorced.

It is confirmed that Lil Wayne was at one time engaged to Kim Kardashian, but the wedding was canceled. Wayne is now rumored to be engaged to Lauren London.


Lil Wayne - Education

Lil Wayne later enrolled at and is currently attending the University of Houston in Houston, Texas since early 2005, where he is majoring in political science. According to the Cash Money Records website, Wayne later switched his major to psychology.


Lil Wayne - Criminal history

On July 22, 2007, Lil Wayne was arrested in New York City following a performance at the Beacon Theater. NYPD discovered Wayne and another man smoking marijuana near a tour bus on 61st and Columbus. After taking Wayne into custody, police discovered a pistol on his person, and he was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and marijuana.

On October 5, 2007, Lil Wayne was arrested in Boise, Idaho, following a permformance at Qwest Arena. Wayne was arrested on felony fugitive charges after Georgia authorities accused the rapper of possessing a controlled substance. Wayne was freed on $20,000 bond. The incident was later described as a "mix-up" and the fugitive charges were dropped.

On January 23, 2008, Lil Wayne was arrested alongside two others. His tour bus was stopped by Border Patrol agents near Yuma, Arizona. Lil Wayne had a .44 caliber pistol. A K-9 Unit recovered 105 grams of marijuana (3.7 ounces), almost 29 grams of cocaine (1.02 ounces), 41 grams of Ecstasy (1.05 ounces) and $22,000 dollars in cash. He has since been released on bail of $10,185
Lil Wayne: Career

Wayne's first contact with hip-hop was listening to local Cash Money Records artists like Pimp Daddy and U.N.L.V., whom he would later credit as his earliest influences. Wayne began rapping at block parties as a child. His performance at one of the parties caught the ear of Lil Slim, a Cash Money rapper from the neighborhood, who gave Lil Wayne his phone number. He went to an autograph-signing session with Lil Slim, and there met Cash Money Records owners, "Baby" and "Slim" Williams. His freestyling abilities impressed the Williams brothers, but they were initially reluctant to sign him. Eleven-year-old Wayne started to record freestyles on Baby's answering machine and would frequently visit Cash Money offices. When Baby saw so much enthusiasm in the young rapper, he signed him. Wayne was later hooked up with another newcomer, Lil' Doogie (who would later become as famous as B.G.), to form The B.G.'z. The group released their first and only album, True Story, in 1995.

In 1997, Wayne formed the Hot Boys along with Juvenile, Turk, and B.G., and they released their seminal debut CD Get It How You Live. The record's success earned fans throughout the South and Midwest. He further distinguished himself on the Hot Boys' multi platinum-selling Universal debut, Guerrilla Warfare, which was released in 1998 and was followed by their 2003 release, Let Em Burn.
Lil Wayne - Cash Money and Young Money

In 2005, Wayne was named president of Cash Money, and in the same year he founded Young Money Entertainment as an imprint of Cash Money. However, as of late 2007, Wayne reports that he has stepped down from the management of both labels and has handed management of Young Money over to Cortez Bryant.



Lil Wayne: Music history

Lil Wayne - Tha Block Is Hot (1999)

Wayne's debut solo album featured significant contributions from the Hot Boys and went double platinum, climbing to #3 on the Billboard album charts. The album earned Wayne a 1999 Source award nomination for "Best New Artist". The title track became a Top Ten hit. Other notable tracks included "Fuck tha World"--a rare instance of Wayne using profanity in his early career--in which he describes the pressures that accompany having a daughter at age 16.

Lil Wayne - Lights Out (2000)

Wayne's follow-up album failed to attain the level of success achieved by his debut, although is was certified Gold. At this point in his development as an emcee, Wayne was criticized for coasting on his fame and the collective success of the Hots Boys. Critics pointed to the lack of coherent narratives in his verses as evidence that he had yet to mature to the level of his fellow Hot Boys. Notable tracks included "Everything," which Wayne dedicated to his late stepfather Reginald "Rabbit" McDonald, and "Grown Man," in which Wayne raps about the responsibilities that come with adulthood.
Lil Wayne - 500 Degreez (2002)

Wayne's third album followed the format of his previous two, with significant contributions from the Hot Boys and the distinctive beat-making of producer Mannie Fresh. While certified Gold like its predecessor, it too failed to match the success of Wayne's debut. The title was a reference to the recently estranged Hot Boys member Juvenile's recording, 400 Degreez.
Lil Wayne - Tha Carter (2004)

In the summer of 2004, Wayne released Tha Carter. Often cited as a highlight of his career, Tha Carter marked a significant development in Wayne's flow and delivery, as the young rapper began to employ more original diction and syntax, while occasionally experimenting with his voice and inflection. In addition, the album's cover art featured the debut of Wayne's now-signature dreadlocks. Tha Carter gained Wayne significant recognition, selling 878,000 copies in the United States, while the single "Go DJ" became a Top 5 Hit. The album was loosely organized around the theme of Wayne's mansion, which he refers to as Tha Carter. The tracks "Walk In," "Tha Carter," and "Walk Out" employ this concept, as Wayne takes the listener through his house, rapping about the activity therein. Before the release of the album, Wayne garnered attention by releasing a mixtape called The Prefix, which included him rapping over a handful of beats from Jay-Z's The Black Album. Wayne's connection to Jay-Z continued on Tha Carter, when he referred to himself as, "The best rapper alive, since the best rapper retired" on the track "Bring It Back," referencing Jay-Z's subsequent retirement after releasing The Black Album. This statement by Wayne marked the first time he called himself "The Best Rapper Alive" on a recording. Wayne's continued use of the boast from this point on in his career has essentially transformed the phrase into yet another nickname for the rapper.

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter II (2005)

December 6, 2005 brought the second installment of "Tha Carter" series. The album marked yet another shift in Wayne's career, as it was his first major release to lack the beats of longtime Cash Money Records producer Mannie Fresh, who had since left the label. As a result, Tha Carter II contained a more diverse range of production style than had previously been present on Wayne's recordings. Tha Carter II sold more than 238,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. The lead single, "Fireman," became a hit in the US, peaking at 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The second single, "Grown Man", received little attention, while the third single "Hustler Musik" received a video and gained moderate airplay. Other notable tracks include "Fly In," "Carter II," and "Fly Out" which mirror the series of "walk" tracks that appeared on Tha Carter. Wayne also furthered his claim of being the "Best Rapper Alive" by including a track of the same name on the album.
Lil Wayne - The Mixtape Years (2006-2007)

Lil Wayne performing in 2007.

Wayne's popularity continued to climb in the years following "Tha Carter" albums, yet no major solo album debuted during this period. Instead, Wayne reached his audience through a plethora of mixtapes and guest appearances on a variety of pop and hip-hop singles. Of Wayne's many mixtapes, Dedication 2 and Da Drought 3 received the most media exposure and critical review. The former, released in 2006, paired Wayne with DJ Drama and contained the acclaimed socially conscious track "Georgia.......Bush," in which Wayne critiqued President George W. Bush's response to the tragic effects of Hurricane Katrina on the city of New Orleans. Da Drought 3 was released the following year and was available for free legal download. It contained Wayne rapping over a variety of beats from recent hits by other musicians. The impressive flow, varied deliveries, charisma, dexterous freestyling that appeared on these mixtapes vaulted Wayne into the public eye, and won him a number of features in prominent hip-hop magazines, such as XXL and Vibe

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III (2008)

After numerous delays, Wayne's next solo studio release is finally expected in stores in March of 2008. Initially planned to be released in 2007, Tha Carter III's largest delay came after the majority of the tracks were leaked and distributed on mixtapes, such as "The Drought Is Over Pt. 2" and "The Drought Is Over Pt. 4." Wayne initially decided to use the leaked tracks, plus four new tracks, to make a separate album, titled Tha Carter III: The Leak. The Leak was to be released December 18, 2007, with the actual album being delayed until March 18, 2008, The release of The Leak in this format never came to fruition, but an official EP titled The Leak and containing five tracks was released digitally on December 25, 2007. Tha Carter III then had a release date of March 18, 2008. For unknown reasons was never released. The new release date was set to June 10, 2008. With 16 new tracks, you can also buy an additional disc that has the previously leaked tracks.

Lil Wayne - Collaborations

Lil Wayne has made guest appearances on numerous records, including (most notably) Destiny's Child's 2004 hit "Soldier", Avant's 2005 record "You Know What", and Fat Joe's 2006 track "Make It Rain". Recently, Wayne appeared on Playaz Circle's hit song, "Duffle Bag Boy".
Da Drought 3

His third album, Tha Carter III, was released on June 10th, 2008. As of June 19, 2008, records indicate that Tha Carter III sold over 1 million copies within the first week.

Follow updates on OneCliqueOnline.Com
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Genres:
Rock, Rap, Hip Hop, Hip-hop

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