This single, which we first heard last year during the height of the supposed beef between Young Money and G.O.O.D. Music, still doesn't make much sense on its own — bragging that your friends sell drugs doesn't mean much when other rappers are claiming that they still do it. But on this album, the song, with its schizophrenic siren and claps and Wayne finally touching on some new subject matter, shines on idiosyncratic beats like this, which seem to match his inner crazy. We wish he had used more of them on the album. He's definitely nowhere near Tha Carter III, but this album isn't the throwaway that its prequel and Rebirth were. If anything, it's pretty obvious he's having a hell of a lot of fun here, and this album will surely satisfy his millions of fans enough to keep the good times rolling.
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