PAVY- I’m always going to have a special place in my heart for Wayne (Pause). Simply because the time when I really started to care about rap music was around the same time the Carter II came out and Wayne started killing the game. I remember walking through the hallways in high school and everybody was rapping a different song from the Drought 3. Or when me and my friends could recite the whole Upgrade You freestyle word for word off the top of the head. But ever since the Carter II Weezy has been a disappointment besides the sells; he has been breaking my heart a little bit. No Ceilings was a little bit of the Wayne that I know and love, but not all the way, so when I heard this EP was dropping while he was in jail. I had very high hopes that Wayne might be back to his ‘07 form………..I have to say I was let down.
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I honestly did not think that when I heard “Port Of Miami” that Rick Ross had too much potential in him, and I defiantly didn’t see him being able to put out work like “Teflon Don”. Thanks to Diddy and Rick Ross’s own ego and improving rap skills he has managed to put his best body of work so far. I’m going to break it down song by song for you….. Click Here To Read More