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Lil Wayne's No Ceilings 2 Review by Clarke Jones
It has been 6 years since Lil Wayne dropped No Ceilings which was a classic. So when he announced the release of the sequel, it automatically became highly anticipated. When remixing hit songs, it can be a hit or miss. To this day, every time I hear Beyonce's Sweet Dreams beat, I hope it's Wayne's version featuring Nicki Minaj. It has been said many times that Wayne is falling off but I personally think if anything he has evolved. His style has changed a bit. Nothing is wrong with evolving and trying new things. No Ceilings 2 included remixes of Bryson Tiller's Don't, Drake's Hotline Bling, and even took it back to Eminem's My Name Is. The first half of the mixtape was not a good opening. If you base the tone off the first 4 songs, you'd think it was going to be complete trash. As you continue to listen, it gets better. It was definitely not as good as the first as the features were much better both selection wise and lyrically. A lot of Hip Hop albums dropped along with this one, including Fabulous and Rick Ross. Based off comments, Fabulous seemed to win the face off! Overall I like about 14 of the 24 tracks. Not LOVED, but it was a decent tape.