Thursday, July 7, 2011

Lil Wayne to potential "Carter IV" producers "STEP YOUR GAME UP!"

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

In what could possibly be his final studio album, Lil Wayne is going as hard as possible. Despite being on top of the game, and on top of his game, Wayne is contemplating retirement. As a father of four children, the Cash Money superstar wants to end his career to spend more time with them.

With his album delayed until August 29, 2011, Lil Wayne is still working on Tha Carter IV. The buzz for the album is high, following his hit singles "6 Foot 7 Foot," "John (If I Die Today)," and "How to Love." Despite the first three singles being popular with fans and critics, Lil Wayne wants more.

Producers are still submitting their beats to Lil Wayne, but he is not interested. In an interview with XXL, Wayne said many of the beats he has received have sucked. While working with the big names, Wayne is interested in working with rising producers, as well. However, both the newcomers and the veterans have been sub-par to Wayne, because of this combined with him going so hard, Lil Wayne has demanded the producers to step their game up.


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