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Fri Mar 21 17:10:57 2014 UTClccn-no20010234210.00Liquid crack video's0.140.47Lil Wayne39600891Lil_Wayneno20010234215446505Carter, D. 1982-Carter, DeWayne Michael 1982-Carter, DwayneCarter, Dwayne 1982-Carter, Dwayne Michael, 1982-Carter, Dwayne Michael jr.Carter, Dwayne Michael jun. 1982- Wirklicher NameLil' WayneLil' Wayne 1982-....Wayne, LilWayne Lil 1982-....Weezy F., BabyWeezy F. Baby, 1982-lccn-no2006013516Brown, Chris1989-sngprflccn-no2004046362West, Kanyesngprfcmplccn-no2006050291T-Pain1985-prflccn-no2009152464Drake1986-sngprflccn-n2005063323Young Jeezysngprflccn-no2001005090P!nk1979-sngprflccn-no2006084615Ross, Rick1976-sngprflccn-no2010042410Minaj, Nickiprflccn-no2005081843Rihanna1988-sngprflccn-no2005001723Akon(Rapper)sngprfLil WayneRap (Music)Popular musicRhythm and blues musicDance musicRock musicAlternative rock musicCountry musicSongs, SpanishRemixesSongs, EnglishRap (Music)Popular musicRhythm and blues musicRock musicCountry musicLil WayneRap musiciansDance musicSouthern StatesOutKast (Musical group)United StatesGrammy AwardsHip-hopMusiciansLatin pop (Music)Alexander, MontyRoth, David Lee,Moffo, AnnaBolton, Michael,Manilow, BarrySnow Patrol (Musical group)MatisyahuHicks, John,Martin, Janis,Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Musical group)Bar-Kays (Musical group)Warwick, DionneShakiraGogol Bordello (Musical group)Black Heart Procession (Musical group)Stitt, SonnyKlugh, EarlGolijov, Osvaldo,Association (Musical group)Miller, FrankieKristofferson, KrisLowe, NickWatson, DocJara, Víctor,Lee, Alvin,Cash, RosanneFrisell, BillParkening, ChristopherINXS (Musical group)Tool (Musical group)Built to Spill (Musical group)Jewel,E., Sheila--(Escovedo),Young, Neil,Catherine, Philippe198219961998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201438336408852782.421649M1630.18ocn614084211ocn708263241ocn221341769ocn703214317ocn457068543ocn456197844ocn815302041ocn298735051ocn163845183ocn152624829ocn658534644ocn762638114ocn779708240ocn658488761ocn658641404ocn767128770ocn658800964ocn762575923ocn812506061ocn661938842ocn471521178ocn796703832ocn796733924ocn796705195ocn796697565ocn865123079ocn865124527ocn86511617410928ocn614084211rcrd20100.16EminemRecoveryPopular musicRap (Music)Eminem's highly anticipated follow-up to 2009's Relapse features the single Not Afraid9115ocn163845183rcrd20070.16West, KanyeGraduationRap (Music)The popular Grammy Award-winning artist returns with his third album. Includes 14 tracks, featuring Stronger; Can't Tell Me Nothing; Everything I Am; and more86930ocn216934629rcrd20080.17Lil WayneTha Carter IIIPopular musicRap (Music)The final installment in the Carter trilogy is the New Orleans rapper's first solo album since the release of 2005's Tha Carter II. Features the album's first single, Lollipop75821ocn742529571rcrd20110.14Lil WayneTha carter IVRap (Music)The wait is finally over as multi-Grammy-winning, multiplatinum hip-hop superstar Lil Wayne releases "Tha Carter IV", the feverishly anticipated follow-up to his game-changing 2008 set "Tha Carter III". The album, released via Young Money/Cash Money Records, includes the singles "6 foot 7 foot" (ft Cory Gunz), "John" (ft Rick Ross) and "How To Love". THA CARTER IV" is Wayne's 10th album in all, and sees the New Orleans rapper returning to his hip hop roots and cementing his reputation as the greatest rapper alive. The last decade has seen Weezy establish himself as arguably the most influential artist hip hop has seen in years, with more than 10 million records sold, a staggering eight Grammy nominations for the seminal Tha Carter III, and shattering records by selling over one million copies in its first week of release. The New Orleans native who hails from the rough streets of Hollygrove is a veteran artist who released his first tracks at age of 12 after he was introduced to Cash Money CEOs Ronald "Slim" Williams and Bryan "Birdman" Williams. He released the first instalment of Tha Carter series in 2004, followed by Tha Carter II in 2006, which further solidified Lil Wayne's status as one of the best MCs in the hip hop game. But it was with the release in 2008 of Tha Carter III that Lil Wayne became a genuine worldwide superstar, paving the way for his advisory role to grow as CEO of Young Money Records. Since then Young Money has given us debut albums from two of the hottest new artists to emerge from the US in recent years, Drake and Nicki Minaj7393ocn263179994rcrd20080.14West, Kanye808s & heartbreakPopular musicRap (Music)Rapper Kanye West has moved up his 2008 album release with the intentions of allowing his fans to 'hear it as soon as possible.'6864ocn221341769rcrd20080.14UsherHere I standUsher's fifth album features the hot single Love in This Club, and also includes collaborations with Young Jeezy, Ludacris, and Nelly. Producers for this huge project included T-Pain, Jermaine Dupri, and Timbaland6626ocn759939395rcrd20110.15DrakeTake careRap (Music)Rhythm and blues musicSecond studio album by the Canadian hip hop artist. The album features the singles 'Headlines', 'Make Me Proud' (featuring Nicki Minaj) and 'Take Care' (featuring Rihanna), and includes other collaborations with The Weeknd, Birdman, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Andre 30006551ocn708263241rcrd20110.12Now that's what I call music!Popular musicThe music world's most popular series is back with a brand new collection of chart-topping hits. All the songs you want to hear are right here at your fingertips6478ocn703214317rcrd20110.12Lopez, JenniferLove?Dance musicPopular musicRemixesRhythm and blues musicJennifer Lopez, aka J. Lo, aka Jenny from the Block, is back with her sixth album, which takes inspiration from the birth of her twins and her own experiences with love. This much-anticipated release from the newly minted American Idol judge includes the single On the Floor, featuring rapper Pitbull6461ocn316568944rcrd20090.12Now that's what I call musicAlternative rock musicCountry musicPopular musicRap (Music)Rhythm and blues musicRock musicThe 30th entry in the hugely popular compilation series that features the biggest and the best in today's popular music. Featuring the hits of Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and many more6353ocn457068543rcrd20090.13ShakiraShe wolfSongs, EnglishSongs, SpanishPopular musicShakira wrote and produced her highly anticipated sixth studio album. It features mostly English compositions, including the single and title track She Wolf. Producer John Hill and Pharrell are among the many to collaborate with Shakira for this culture fusion album6236ocn173691702rcrd20070.15Jay-ZAmerican gangsterBack with his second album within a year, Jay-Z's 2007 release features new original material inspired by the upcoming movie of the same name6161ocn456197844rcrd20090.12Now that's what I call music!Rap (Music)6111ocn815302041rcrd20120.12Now that's what I call music!Popular music57414ocn664274685rcrd20090.13Lil WayneI am not a human beingRap (Music)Talented rapper Lil' Wayne releases his eighth studio album in celebration of his 28th birthday. Features the single Right Above It5729ocn056942330rcrd20040.14Destiny's Child (Musical group)Destiny fulfilled5711ocn298735051rcrd20090.13Grammy nominees 2009The 16th installment of the popular series features the top nominees from the 51st annual Grammy Awards in one collection. Includes some of the best music from the past year, spanning categories such as Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist56319ocn829407259rcrd20130.12Lil WayneI am not a human being"Parental advisory: explicit content"--Container insert5598ocn152624829rcrd20070.13Brown, ChrisExclusivePopular musicRhythm and blues music5502ocn086730797rcrd20070.12Now that's what I call music!Popular musicRap (Music)Rhythm and blues musicRock musicA compilation of twenty chart-topping songs, including Daughtry's "It's Not Over," Nelly Furtado's "Say It Right," and Nickelback's "If Everyone Cared."9644ocn682895448com20110.22Westhoff, BenDirty South : Outkast, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, and the Southern rappers who reinvented hip-hopCriticism, interpretation, etcAuthor Ben Westhoff investigates the southern rap phenomenon, watching rappers ?make it rain? in a Houston strip club and partying with the 2 Live Crew?s Luke Campbell. Westhoff visits the gritty neighborhoods where T.I. and Lil Wayne grew up, kicks it with Big Boi in Atlanta, and speaks with artists like DJ Smurf and Ms. Peachez, dance-craze originators accused of setting back the black race fifty years. Acting both as investigative journalist and irreverent critic, Westhoff probes the celebrated-but-dark history of Houston label Rap-A-Lot Records, details the lethal rivalry between Atlanta MCs Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy, and gets venerable rapper Scarface to open up about his time in a mental institution. --Publisher+-+00131241063242272ocn164570750book20070.07Rockworth, JaniceLil WayneJuvenile worksBiographyTells the story of Lil Wayne's success as a rap musician+-+93475777961121ocn305421351book20100.06Torres, John AlbertLil WayneJuvenile worksBiographyHighlights the life and career of the rapper who showed that he could excel at anything if he worked hard at it+-+73120693061091ocn701330695book20130.06Earl, C. FLil' WayneJuvenile worksBiographyPresents the life of the rapper who got his start in the business at age twelve, covering his successes as a musician and his run-ins with the law851ocn812571234book20130.06Lil WayneJuvenile worksBiographyDiscusses the life of the rapper who grew up in a poor New Orleans neighborhood, chronicling his early entry into the music business, legal troubles, and success as a mainstream artist311ocn733290802com20070.29Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides biographical information on important figures in today's musical arena, covering artists working in all genres of modern music, including rock, jazz, pop, rap, rhythm and blues, folk, New Age, country, gospel and reggae+-+4725312325251ocn731192651book20110.19Brown, JakeLil Wayne : (an unauthorized biography)Biography101ocn232647677visu20070.15Lil Wayne takin' over hip hopBiographyDocuments the life and career of rapper Lil Wayne102ocn768072020book20120.06Ferrier, MorwennaLil Wayne : takin' the rapJuvenile worksBiography42ocn870910525book20140.07Wittekind, ErikaLil Wayne Grammy-winning Hip-hop ArtistExamines the life and career of Lil Wayne31ocn847623482com20130.47Lil WayneJuvenile worksBiography21ocn729640045visu20080.10Lil Wayne blood sweet & tearsBiography22ocn667295227visu20070.10HoodzBiography21ocn641293253visu20080.10DJ Scoob DooThe Nino Brown story Lil Wayne editionBiographyIn this raw biographical documentary, the rough-and-tumble rise to power of rapper Lil' Wayne is given the Nino Brown treatment--a hardboiled form of hip-hop storytelling named after Wesley Snipes's formidable druglord character from the film New Jack City11ocn294859872visu2008Lil WayneLiquid crack video's11ocn739103775com20110.47Young, Sade MarieSouthern-playalistic-hiphop-spaceship-music11ocn819747701book20110.47Johnson, Jomo KDeadest rapper alive : the rise of Lil' Wayne and the downfall of urban youthCriticism, interpretation, etc"Deadest Rapper Alive" makes an eye-opening examination and social diagnosis of the Rap Music icon, Dwayne Carter a.k.a. Lil' Wayne. By studying his image, content, persona, and lyrics, Pastor Johnson makes a dire plea of warning. He proposes that the music of Wayne is actually much more than beats and lyrics, but it is a philosophy that when followed will lead to extremely dangerous consequences in the lives of Urban Youth11ocn740497479visu20080.10The Nino Brown story pt. 2Biography11ocn842290879book20130.10Stewart, AnthonyDwayne vs Lil Wayne : 12 winning lessons from the man behind the character11ocn767627033visu20110.10Lil Wayne No Ceilings DVD magazineBiographyBiographical filmsDocumentary films+-+0013124106324Fri Mar 21 15:14:44 EDT 2014batch34065