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WayneWith his former Hot Boys bandmates long gone from Cash Money's roster, Lil Wayne's third album finds him trying to navigate big changes at the label. The bestselling Big Tymers are now the Cash Money prestige act, and the 19-year-old Wayne is often forced to insist he's still relevant.

Likewise, “500 Degreez” released in 2002 failed to make an impact on the charts that his debut album had done. By 2004, Carter had honed his rapping style and his lyrics reflected his growing maturity as evidenced by his album, “Tha Carter” which sold almost 900,000 copies in the US and sent the single, “Go DJ” into the top five on. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2002 CD release of 500 Degreez on Discogs.

It isn't a pretty sound, especially when he desperately flashes his bankroll on 'Way Of Life,' a Tupac-sampling mistake, and reminds anyone who'll listen on 'F--k You' that he's still part of the Cash Money clique. One tune is actually titled 'Look At Me,' which sums up his dilemma nicely. Things don't stay that dire; although not as pop-friendly as the Big Tymers' Hood Rich, the electro-bounce beats (courtesy of Jazzy Pha, in addition to label mastermind Mannie Fresh) are intermittently interesting, and Wayne wraps his nasal, Big Easy drawl around a good idea or two, like 'Bloodline,' a singsong defense of heredity. But like Project English, the last outing from Wayne's former Hot Boys partner, Juvenile, this workmanlike effort makes its star sound farther than ever from his early promise.

Following {$Big Tymers}' {^Hood Rich} on up the charts, {$Lil Wayne}'s third album tries to trump the big {@Cash Money} hit by ex-labelmate {$Juvenile} ({^400 Degreez}). With the smooth, laid-back productions of {$Mannie Fresh} leading the way for {$Wayne}'s drawling delivery, {^500 Degreez} does just that. Yes, it's a little top-heavy, but the highlights come quickly, with the leadoff (after the intro) {&'Look at Me'} sporting a freakfest vibe along with {$Fresh}'s top-flight beats. The whole album's powered by the infectious party hit {&'Way of Life,'} building on the {rocksteady} rhythm of {$Eric B. & Rakim}'s {&'Paid in Full.'} Even better is {&'Gangsta Shit,'} a synth-heavy roller with {$Petey Pablo} besting even {$Wayne} himself on the mic. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide