Lil Wayne, Sam Adams kick of new season right

Posted: September 23, 2010 in Hip-Hop, music, Uncategorized

Lil Wayne, Sam Adams, Lupe Fiasco, Kid Cudi, Lloyd Banks, and many more artists are all slated to have album releases in this last quarter of 2010.

Lil Wayne's new releases are sure to cause a buzz (AP photo)

I’ll start off with Lil Wayne, because his absence has been the buzz of hip hop for a while since he started his jail sentence in March for weapons charges.  Wayne turns 28 on September 27th, and as you could imagine, he’s got something planned.  MTV.com reports I Am Not A Human Being is being released digitally as a full length album on Wayne’s birthday as an appetizer to Tha Carter IV.

Oh yeah, Tha Carter IV will be available the day Lil Wayne walks out of jail, November 4th.

The first single off I Am Not A Human Being is “Right Above It” featuring Drake.  If you haven’t heard it, you better get with it or get lost.  “Right Above It” has a phenomenal pump up beat and both Young Money artists kill it lyrically.

Another track of the album titled “Gonorrhea,” also features Drake.

Sam Adams is back and ready to party (photo courtesy of samadamslive.com)

Boston’s Boy, Sam Adams, is making it happen, too.  Just last night he released his Party Records mixtape with DJ Whoo Kid.  Sammy does a vast amount of self promotion on his Facebook fan page, Twitter, and his website, www.samadamslive.com.  You can check out all the tracks and download them for free at either of the preceding links.  The mixtape is similar to his previous work from the Boston’s Boy EP, containing a lot of pop rap and songs that are popular among white college guys students in the northeast.  That’s not to say that his popularity hasn’t stretched coast to coast, though.

Keep checking back as I’ll be taking in depth looks at what Kid Cudi, Lupe Fiasco, Lloyd Banks, Dr. Dre, and others are cooking up this fall.

Comments
  1. Unreal, “I am not a human being” is going to blow up the rap world. If this is a preview of the Carter 4 then I shouldnt be allowed to listen to the Carter 4 when it comes out or I wont leave my room. “Gonorrhea” may be an off-putting name but that song is straight fire and Weezy/Drake are at the top of their game…great stuff

  2. mloiselle2 says:

    Pictures fit the content nicely. Sam Adams has some great jams out there. Great start.

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