- Tha Carter IV

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter IV
CRITIC SCORE
58
Based on 19 reviews
2011 Rank: #797 / 877
USER SCORE
50
Based on
54 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

62
Pitchfork

It's the rapper's most unfulfilling and worrisome move in a long while.

60
Consequence of Sound

By the end of the album it feels like Wayne maybe pushed Tha Carter series one installment too far.

40
PopMatters

It’s a smattering of tracks lacking in relevance, carried by everything other than the primary artist for which they were made.

25
Beats Per Minute

Wayne is so tired throughout this album that he often hardly bothers to string together words that have any cleverness or sense whatsoever.

Mar 30, 2013
marucosan
10
This boy deservs 10 lol
Jul 28, 2016
53
not a patch on previous efforts but the best record he's made in a long time
Jun 3, 2015
jasonwallace199
42
Better than his last album, but thats really not saying much.

Fav Tracks: Mega man, 6 foot 7 foot, She Will, Outro

Least Fav: How to Hate
Dec 8, 2014
dyelir
41
I don't even know have happened to Weezy.
His cunning, pun-filled lyricism brought him to this point but it seems like that's the only thing he has left and at times, he seems to even lose that, too.
Jul 11, 2014
rapmartin12
38
Stand-Out Tracks:
- How to Love
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August 29, 2011 / Release Date
LP / Format
Cash Money / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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Track List
  1. Intro 
  2. Blunt Blowin 
  3. MegaMan 
  4. 6 Foot 7 Foot (Feat. Cory Gunz) 
  5. Nightmares Of The Bottom 
  6. She Will (Feat. Drake) 
  7. How To Hate (Feat. T-Pain) 
  8. Interlude (Feat. Tech N9ne) 
  9. John (Feat. Rick Ross) 
  10. Abortion 
  11. So Special (Feat. John Legend) 
  12. How To Love 
  13. President Carter 
  14. Its Good (Feat. Drake & Jadakiss) 
  15. Outro (Feat. Bun B, Nas, Shyne & Busta Rhymes)
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