Tag Archives: Lil Wayne

‘Prom Queen’ Live


Lil Wayne’s venture to rock musicis imminent. The rapper who announced back in 2008 that he is shifting gear from Hip-Hop to be a rock star will release his rock-themed album “Rebirth” on April 7… 

Canadian actor/rapper Aubrey Drake Graham a.k.a Drake said that he contributes a song to Lil Wayne’s rock album. He said, “Wayne’s coming out with a new album, it’s a rock album. A complete rock album. I have a song on there. It’s something different in just that whole… ‘808’s & Heartbreak’, just throwing individuals off.” 

Could Lil Wayne be a “rock” star? I can’t wait to find out.


Best (performances) of the Grammys (and the worst)







(my) Top 5 Albums of ’08

1. Kanye West – ‘808s and Heartbreak

2. Lil Wayne – ‘Tha Carter III’

3. Hot Chip – ‘Made in the Dark’

4. MGMT – ‘Oracular Spectacular’

5. Vampire Weekend – ‘Vampire Weekend’


The Best Music Videos of 2008

It’s time to name the best music videos of 2008. There were a lot. My initial list was comprised of 44 videos – I’ve cut the list down to my top 25. Unlike my list for 2007, I haven’t put the videos into categories. Instead, I’ve just got my list from #25 to #1. Here we go…

25. Lykke Li and Bon Iver – Dance Dance Dance

It’ll make you feel warm inside. Who doesn’t like that?

24. Devendra Banhart – Carmensita.

It’s funny.

23. Thunderheist – Jerk It

Incredibly sexy. The build is impressive (and I mean that in so many weird ways).

22. Feist – I Feel it All

Check out the stick-ignited-fireworks. It’s a symphony of sparks. Rad.

21. The Mae Shi – Run to Your Grave

Not much to say here. It’s just very entertaining.

20. Lil Wayne – A Milli

It may be my favorite song off of Tha Carter III and the video is equally enjoyable. Wayne’s hip hop persona really comes out in this video more than any other I have seen.

19. Buddy System – Return to Horse Mountain

The western/[spoiler]unicorn theme is, well, epic.

18. Utah Saints – Something Good ’08

2008’s “should have been” theme set in 1989.

17. The Tough Alliance – Neo Violence

This video is particularly 80s in tone, but it doesn’t take on the tired, lazy approach so many indie videos seem to have taken as of late.

16. Kanye West – Love Lockdown

A visually stimulating video (I guess that’s what a music video should be).

15. Radiohead – House of Cards

First of it’s kind video methods put this one on the list.

14. In Our Talons – Bowerbirds

(I’m getting tired of explaining. Who really cares, anyway?)

13. Bjork – Wanderlust

12. Terry Lynn – System

11. The Chemical Brothers – Midnight Madness

The ending ties this one all together making it one of my favorite videos of the year.

10. Portishead – We Carry On

9. Beyonce – Single Ladies

8. Passion Pit – Sleepyhead

7. Goldfrapp – A&E

6. Buraka Som Sistema – Sound of Kuduro

5. Gnarls Barkley – Going On

4. Hot Chip – Ready for the Floor

One of my favorite albums of the year produces one of my favorite videos.. yippee.

3. Santogold – L.E.S. Artistes

2. She & Him – Why do you let me stay here?

For some reason this video made me think “Beetlejuice“.. anyone else?

1. The Arcade Fire – Neon Bible

Okay, I’m probably a bit biased when it comes to this one, but the reason I loved this video so much is because of  how iconic Win Butler comes off during these short 2 minutes and 17 seconds.

The best track on the radio (right now)

This track – “Let it Rock” – is everything good with pop rock, pop hop, and pop music in our current age. Well, maybe it’s just that I can’t stop loving this song.. I mean, when Lil Wayne swings in.. wow.