Lil Wayne – Shoot Me Down


2008 Cash Money Records

Thirteen years prior, Lil Wayne took to the skies on “Kill Me,” a stewing champion on “Tha Carter III?”

Thirteen years prior, Lil Wayne conveyed Tha Carter III, a collection that has come to be generally viewed as a work of art. However it’s not exactly all around acclaimed as the authoritative Carter project, with the first and second both holding steadfast fanbases, there are numerous who might call it Wayne’s artful culmination. While that is a conversation for one more day, it feels proper to feature one of the undertaking’s numerous diamonds, given that it’s an achievement event what not.

However there are numerous potential champions to browse, there’s an appealing thing about Weezy’s thoughtful sluggish burner “Destroy Me.” A temporary peace before a violent upheaval sort of joint, Weezy’s orderly stream drives his zingers home with clearness. “I spit Alcatraz bars, I know/and D-young men is the lone Alphabet Boys,” he spits, over a seething guitar riff. “I know Got a .380 on my abdomen and Rambo back home.” While coming up short on the desperation of a portion of the collection’s champion singles, “Kill Me” feels exceptional in correlation, an uncommon snapshot of thought for the mile-a-minute Martian.


Show some adoration to Tha Carter III, which authoritatively praises today thirteenth birthday celebration. What tracks would you say you are keeping on pivot?

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