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Video: Lil Wayne on Tha Carter IV Leak

Lil Wayne tells MTV he’s glad his album leaked. Meanwhile, no matter how happy they are and say the leaks don’t hurt them, we still can’t post anything from the album while everyone already knows the album has leaked and are parading it all over the internet and on Twitter.

Via his Twitter account, Cash Money CEO Birdman has been promoting Weezy’s album for the past week, even going so far as to predict that C4 would sell a million copies in its first week, just like Wayne’s Tha Carter III in 2008. On Monday, he wrote, “C4.BMJR.#Dont Lie 1m. 1week They Know.”

“I think we should still do well,” Mack Maine told MTV News on Sunday. “The leak shouldn’t have affected it that much. Actually, this is the first time that the albums leaked so close [to the release date]. Tha Carter III leaked two weeks before and we still did [1 million] the first week. So if history repeats itself, we shouldn’t have any problems.”

On Tuesday, after a full day of sales, Billboard reported that Tha Carter IV was on pace to sell anywhere between 850,000 and 900,000 copies in its first week. Meanwhile, HITS Daily Double estimated on Friday (September 2) that Wayne could move upwards of 975,000 copies, inching him that much closer to a milli.


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31 Responses to “Video: Lil Wayne on Tha Carter IV Leak”

  1. JihaD Says:

    OGC kicking a Big impersonator down a flight of stairs >>>>>>

    Da Storm >>>

    JihaD

  2. LeRoy Green Says:

    Cappadonna’s live show game >>>>>>>

    I was thinkin bout coppin Watch The Throne tickets…but then I realized theres no way in HELL that Ye and Jay could top Ghost, Rae, Donna, Prodigy, Havoc and Alchemist.

    NO Fuckin Way. And not for triple the price either, fuck no.

  3. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Wu had more of a gimmick and backstory as far as characters,so comic geeks and sci-fi nerds(majority of their fanbase)could relate so more whites copped.They were a group of chariactures.BCC were just themselves no pretense.

    Wu had joints be clear but they don`t resonate with me like BCC.
    ^
    I always thought the comic book refrences where lame but they had a lot of gems too

    I think I listen to Killah Priest more than anyone in the Wu though, except maybe Raekwon

  4. rex hussla Says:

    Operation Lockdown, No Fear and Lefleur Laflah Eshkoshka are all classic tracks

    I found a Lefleur Laflah Eshkoshka Remix 12” a couple years back and that shit is insane

  5. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    shout out to Mack Maine

  6. LeRoy Green Says:

    “Goin platinum’s got nothin to do wit luck, it just means a million ppl are stupid as FUCK” (c) Immortal Technique

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>C4

    back to the drawing board. Wit a ounce of grand daddy and a gallon of lean

  7. rex hussla Says:

    Damn man…Lil Wayne has the 13 to 18 demographic on lock across the board, all ages races and all that shit. I just don’t get it, but hey, selling a milli in this climate is pretty crazy.

  8. G7 Says:

    farts in 4’s > Carter 4

  9. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I found a Lefleur Laflah Eshkoshka Remix 12” a couple years back and that shit is insane

    > wtf!? who all on it?

  10. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Damn man…Lil Wayne has the 13 to 18 demographic on lock across the board, all ages races and all that shit. I just don’t get it, but hey, selling a milli in this climate is pretty crazy
    ^
    I thought they all jumped ship to ride Wiz’s bandwagon, guess not

  11. LeRoy Green Says:

    Jamal McGloire >>>> Carter 4

  12. charles oakley Says:

    Hi guys

  13. rex hussla Says:

    Wu-Tang >>>>>>

    GOAT group, crew…and it probably won’t ever be rivaled again

    36 Chambers to Wu-Tang Forever run will never be seen by another producer either…Rza was on some other shit, but that goes without saying

  14. JihaD Says:

    I always thought the comic book refrences where lame but they had a lot of gems too

    ^

    Niggas is hating on comic books and shit, now?

    Word?

    k.

    JihaD

  15. S.I.C.K Says:

    @Jihad/others

    what was one of your first actual hip hop purchases?Mine was Fat Boys and Run Dmc first lps on CASSETTE.LOL Then I bought Doug E Fresh “The Show/la di da di”12inch and “Together Forever”Run Dmc 12 inch.Fair to say DMC and “Kool Rock Ski”(fat boys)were the first rappers I would quote.

  16. Jackson7 Says:

    *daps people*

    GOAT U-God verse is on “Knuckleheadz” on OB4CL

  17. rex hussla Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:
    September 2nd, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    I found a Lefleur Laflah Eshkoshka Remix 12” a couple years back and that shit is insane

    > wtf!? who all on it?

    ^

    Nobody new…but it had a different beat

    youtube.com/watch?v=TVjnaUhfBBg

  18. rex hussla Says:

    First tape I bought was Please Hammer Don’t Hurt Em LMAOO

    but first CD I bought was Black Sheep’s Debut, then Ice Cube’s Death Certificate…I had to hide that shit from the parents

  19. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:
    September 2nd, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    Damn man…Lil Wayne has the 13 to 18 demographic on lock across the board, all ages races and all that shit. I just don’t get it, but hey, selling a milli in this climate is pretty crazy
    ^
    I thought they all jumped ship to ride Wiz’s bandwagon, guess not
    —————————————–

    Couldn’t have, Wiz didn’t sell close to the 3.5 Mill C3 did in the US. Besides, it’s not like you can’t support both, aside from looks and subject matter, both are very different.

  20. Jackson7 Says:

    what was one of your first actual hip hop purchases?

    —————–

    3rd Bass-“Derelicts Of Dialect” was the first cd i bought with my own money

  21. JihaD Says:

    @sick

    My first purchase I bought for myself?

    Ready to Die.

    JihaD

  22. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    The Eminem Show.

    In 5th to 7th grade Eminem was pretty much the undisputed most popular musician at school.

  23. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    dart adams was right tho…

    a lot of these people who blog, blog surf, & drive the culture right now…outside of the machine…grew up on dipset…

    thas not a lot of jewels there to suggest we should collectively be doing well with art like folks who grew up on BBC & WU who pioneered a whole lot of golden era swag.

    however…if they dip & the like didn’t have there run this shit would be wyle boring.

  24. NovemberEnd Says:

    what was one of your first actual hip hop purchases?
    ^^^
    The Fugees – “The Score”

  25. S.I.C.K Says:

    3rd Bass-”Derelicts Of Dialect”
    ^^
    Got the double LP..This album is one of the most well produced pieces of hip hop ever made.No gass!!Shit went Gold

    Daddy Rich on production>>>>

  26. JihaD Says:

    I wonder what CamelGOAT is doing right now??

    That “Men lie, Women lie, but number’s don’t” line he used must be driving him crazy right now, smh.

    Jayceon has a “number 1 album” and Dwayne done broke all his WTT records and shitted on his sales.

    JihaD

  27. S.I.C.K Says:

    I`m the oldest cat in the room.I want courtesy gifts and well wishes for the big 4-0 next march.*shudders*

  28. cOLD Says:

    its a rap for camel, unless he enlist premo alchemist and ski beatz for his solo joint.

  29. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    ^___^

  30. real talk Says:

    Baby is the only one buying this shit!!

    He’s found a way to fuck with the numbers. No ones checking for lil Wayne no more- hes wack as shit…real talk

  31. TH Says:

    (hell)L-O,(hell)L-O,(hell)L-O…White America

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