It's a great album. If your child wants to listen to it, then let him/her. I mean it could listen to it everywhere else and you can't do anything about it. Wayne is a great rapper and this album is such a good piece of work. One of the best albums of all time.
This website seems to think most kids are naive and that if lil wayne says "I suck a p----y f--k a p---y leave it there" (Mr. Carter) that kids are actually going to go out and have sex. The first time I ever heard "A Milli" was when I was 11 and I can homestly say it did not effect me in any way.
All though this is a very strong offering by Lil Wayne, Most of his mixtapes (Da Drought 3, Dedication 1+2) are better. That is not to say that Wayne's stuttering and slurring of lyrics is not great on this cd. His use of Catchphrases and Punch lines is what makes him himself.
His content is not appropriate for young ages, being as though I am 17 I can understand it.
ALthough lil wayne does use language and talks about sex. He also has a few good messages and raps about some good things. He raps his opinions and doesn't talk much about violence. It is more appropiot than his first to albums.
well lil wayne is back with more sex talk what else is new? Some more trashy music I will have to listen to because everyone else thinks wanye is so great. Rapping about girls licking his lollipop is lame and low even for hip hop standards.....and what makes himself worse is he calls himself the beast rapper ever (must be a joke)he says he is better then tupac or eminem or kanye west that is ridiculuos and arrogant why do people listen to him???
my children listen to the real struggles and creativity of a man who came from nuttin and made it . i feel its quite inspirational and catchy. he has the creative genius complex whic is why he claims that the ideas "leak from the pencil onto the tablet in my mind cause i write **** cause i aint got time..." he remebers word for word what he wants to say