500 Degreez

Lil Wayne - 500 Degreez
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Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 58 ratings
2002 Ratings: #103
July 23, 2002 / Release Date
LP / Format
Cash Money / Label
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GeMann
55
Early Wayne is consistently decent. All 3 pre-Carter projects are comparable in quality, and this one is likely the best one, even if it's the most inconsistent. Wayne's rapping has definitely improved, but the rest of the LP is kind of mediocre. All the good songs were placed around the middle and end, leaving almost none in the beginning. Gangsta And Pimps carries the first leg of this album in my opinion. This wasn't a very hot album, it was actually lukewarm, and it needs more salt 🧂🔥
jsharma17
63
I'm on a journey to finish Wayne's discography. I've become such a giant Wayne fan in the last 4 years, I figured it's time to finally hear the projects I ignored hearing for the longest time. There is a lot of baller talk but it's rarely varied. Rims, Cash, Guns, etc is something 04 Wayne did wayyy better. The production is average except for one or two tracks. The album doesn't let the listener learn anything new about Wayne and considering this is the third album in a row where the subject ... read more
BooBooDaFool
65
1. Fly Talkin’
2. Look At Me 🥈
3. Way Of Life 🏆
4. Big Tigger Live on The Radio
5. Gangsta and Pimps 🥉
6. Lovely 🥉
7. Gangsta Shit 🥇
8. Big Tigger Live on The Radio
9. Bloodline 🏆
10. Where You At 🥇
11. Worry Me 🏆
12. 500 Degreez 🥇
13. Go Hard 🥇
14. Young’n Blues 🥇
15. Believe That 🥉
16. Rob Nice Live on The Radio
17. F**k You 🥈
18. What Does Life Mean To Me
19. Get That Dough 🥈
20. Fo Sheezy 🥇
21. Fly Talkin’ Go Home
opinionated
55
"500 Degreez" (2002) - Lil Wayne
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T R A C K L I S T - R A N K I N G
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1. Way Of Life
2. Young'n Blues
3. Gangstas And Pimps
4. Bloodline
5. Look At Me ... read more
ScottyPimpin
77
Weezy heard whoever started the saying that artists' debut album are generally their best and fuckin shoved the saying right back up that guy's ass. Wayne has gotten significantly better lyrically on every project up to this point, and the difference between this and his debut with The Hot Boys is astonishing. This is overall a good album, although it is brought down by some lackluster choruses and just decent features.
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