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The self-proclaimed “best rapper alive,” Lil’ Wayne, proved to be just that, when his last album Tha Carter III sold over 1 million copies in its first week. Now, the rap superstar looks shine on a different stage, as QD3 Entertainment preps a film biography on the life and career of Mr. Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. titled, The Carter for 2009.

From the producers who delivered the Tupac Shakur documentary, Thug Angel, as well as the popular Beef DVD series, QD3 Entertainment in association with Young Money Entertainment, has announced plans to release the first-ever biography on the life and career of Weezy. Directed by filmmaker Adam Lough (The Upsetter, which chronicled the life and music of reggae producer Lee “Scratch” Perry), the film will explore the man, his family and the drive behind his fame.

"We at Young Money are thrilled to be working with QD3 on the production of The Carter,” noted Lil Wayne's manager Cortez Bryant in a statement. "As Weezy's manager and lifelong friend, I am excited to see Wayne's story documented with truth and sincerity. Not only is Wayne the hottest musician in the business, but his life story reads something like a Hollywood script enabling this film to break boundaries. And there is no doubt in Wayne's mind that this film will exceed any and all expectation. He's a f@#king rockstar!"

As the leading independent producer and aggregator of high quality urban content for multi-platform distribution, QD3 Entertainment Founder and CEO Quincy D. Jones III hopes the doc will serve as a vehicle to shed light on pre and post Hurricane Katrina New Orleans and offer insight from those who know Weezy best.

“In my career as a music/producer/film producer I’ve been blessed to have worked with some of the best artists of our time, including Tupac Shakur, LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Ice Cube, and others,” Jones stated. “Lil’ Wayne is hands down the Tupac of this generation in that he is a true artist, a world class writer/performer, and he’s not afraid to push the envelop on any level which makes him a true original.

“QD3 Entertainment is thrilled that Lil’ Wayne and Young Money Entertainment has trusted our company to document his life,” he continued, “The fact that [Wayne] just sold over 1 million albums in the first week without any media ploys is a testament to the strength of his music and artistry. The goal is to go beyond a standard doc and create a theatrical product that will serve as the definitive documentation of Wayne’s life and career.”

The Carter is scheduled for release by Genius Products in 2009.

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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2008, 10:17:58 PM »
wow...
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« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2008, 10:20:43 PM »
wow...

Hey this generation needs they hero too. Just a sign of the times. You have people growing up now that did not grow up on Pac or other artists before Wayne.
 

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« Reply #3 on: July 07, 2008, 10:55:30 PM »


lol and the same thing was said when 50 was popular...

people gotta realize....when you hot = dickridin ass niggaz will come

ask him to say this again in 2 years after Waynes popularity died down and u KNOW he wont
say it..cuz by then he'll dickride the next rapper that blows up big.
 

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« Reply #4 on: July 07, 2008, 10:56:42 PM »
wow...

Hey this generation needs they hero too. Just a sign of the times. You have people growing up now that did not grow up on Pac or other artists before Wayne.
agreed, but wayne aint that hero lol. Saigon is the dude who has the best chance of being that.
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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #5 on: July 08, 2008, 12:31:28 AM »
wow...

Hey this generation needs they hero too. Just a sign of the times. You have people growing up now that did not grow up on Pac or other artists before Wayne.
agreed, but wayne aint that hero lol. Saigon is the dude who has the best chance of being that.
nahh Buddens ;) lol
 

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« Reply #6 on: July 08, 2008, 12:33:18 AM »


lol and the same thing was said when 50 was popular...

people gotta realize....when you hot = dickridin ass niggaz will come

ask him to say this again in 2 years after Waynes popularity died down and u KNOW he wont
say it..cuz by then he'll dickride the next rapper that blows up big.

Ha, true. I don't agree with him but to each his own.

 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #7 on: July 08, 2008, 12:36:14 AM »
i have respect for qd III, but WTF?
 

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« Reply #8 on: July 08, 2008, 12:37:54 AM »
qd3 lost ol dickridin ass mufucka
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #9 on: July 08, 2008, 03:03:44 AM »
Common is more of a 2Pac Figure than any of these club shit faggots.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #10 on: July 08, 2008, 03:15:50 AM »
maybe in terms of work ethic... but fuck that too.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #11 on: July 08, 2008, 03:17:28 AM »
The self-proclaimed “best rapper alive,” Lil’ Wayne, proved to be just that, when his last album Tha Carter III sold over 1 million copies in its first week. Now, the rap superstar looks shine on a different stage, as QD3 Entertainment preps a film biography on the life and career of Mr. Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. titled, The Carter for 2009.

From the producers who delivered the Tupac Shakur documentary, Thug Angel, as well as the popular Beef DVD series, QD3 Entertainment in association with Young Money Entertainment, has announced plans to release the first-ever biography on the life and career of Weezy. Directed by filmmaker Adam Lough (The Upsetter, which chronicled the life and music of reggae producer Lee “Scratch” Perry), the film will explore the man, his family and the drive behind his fame.

"We at Young Money are thrilled to be working with QD3 on the production of The Carter,” noted Lil Wayne's manager Cortez Bryant in a statement. "As Weezy's manager and lifelong friend, I am excited to see Wayne's story documented with truth and sincerity. Not only is Wayne the hottest musician in the business, but his life story reads something like a Hollywood script enabling this film to break boundaries. And there is no doubt in Wayne's mind that this film will exceed any and all expectation. He's a f@#king rockstar!"

As the leading independent producer and aggregator of high quality urban content for multi-platform distribution, QD3 Entertainment Founder and CEO Quincy D. Jones III hopes the doc will serve as a vehicle to shed light on pre and post Hurricane Katrina New Orleans and offer insight from those who know Weezy best.

“In my career as a music/producer/film producer I’ve been blessed to have worked with some of the best artists of our time, including Tupac Shakur, LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Ice Cube, and others,” Jones stated. “Lil’ Wayne is hands down the Tupac of this generation in that he is a true artist, a world class writer/performer, and he’s not afraid to push the envelop on any level which makes him a true original.

“QD3 Entertainment is thrilled that Lil’ Wayne and Young Money Entertainment has trusted our company to document his life,” he continued, “The fact that [Wayne] just sold over 1 million albums in the first week without any media ploys is a testament to the strength of his music and artistry. The goal is to go beyond a standard doc and create a theatrical product that will serve as the definitive documentation of Wayne’s life and career.”

The Carter is scheduled for release by Genius Products in 2009.

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #12 on: July 08, 2008, 07:56:38 AM »
wow...

Hey this generation needs they hero too. Just a sign of the times. You have people growing up now that did not grow up on Pac or other artists before Wayne.
agreed, but wayne aint that hero lol. Saigon is the dude who has the best chance of being that.
nahh Buddens ;) lol
Nahhhhhh, Papoose ;D








I'm just playing. :yikes: at the comment though.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #13 on: July 08, 2008, 09:01:00 AM »


lol and the same thing was said when 50 was popular...

people gotta realize....when you hot = dickridin ass niggaz will come

ask him to say this again in 2 years after Waynes popularity died down and u KNOW he wont
say it..cuz by then he'll dickride the next rapper that blows up big.

waynes popularity aint dyin down bro..

boy been hot since true story.. other coast jus now givin him his credit... niggas down here been knew was a monster..

all these other artist.. saigon..papoose.. dont get no play in the south like that unless ya ass in college... n from out of state...

niggas cant relate to that bullshit...down here..

80s babies in the south got face.. and he was our pac

wayne is the nigga u love to hate...when he came out niggas was lovin him... he get bigger than he is ...niggas wanna change

90s babies in the south got wayne.. he is their pac..

wayne the only nigga still relevant in the south from the 90's that albums still sell..and can bring the south out in masses...

he got the best winning streak down here..

who else still puttin down and people break their necks to go get it..and he still got room to keep goin..


plus he dont need controversy to move units.... no matter what shit goin on ... didnt use it to move units...

ud think the photoshopped ass pic of him kissin baby woulda made em lose fans... jus like the niggas who saw pac dancin in leopard thongs and humpin suzy q blow up dolls...

did it..no..



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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #14 on: July 08, 2008, 09:05:14 AM »
wow blasphamy
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #15 on: July 08, 2008, 09:09:49 AM »
wow blasphamy


call it what u want..but its the truth..

ask any nigga outside the net if u ever goto the south or hell if u from down here.. about fuckin papoose..saigon or joe buddens..hell eminem..

i guarantee u will..hear

"nobody listen to that bullshit..get the fuck away from round here..with that shit"...

ask em can u peep what they jammin.. bet u see more wayne and ti albums than anything..niggas gone have the discography of both them niggas and jammin em religiously

bet 5stacks on that one folk..

shit take a trip and come do a survey on hip hop top 15..

pac would be in it.. but i bet u he wouldnt be above.. wayne,trick daddy, face, z-ro ..bun, ti , ball n g..n even t-rock..

its niggas in my sig that will be 5 ahead of pac on a top 15 list..
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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #16 on: July 08, 2008, 10:03:17 AM »


lol and the same thing was said when 50 was popular...

people gotta realize....when you hot = dickridin ass niggaz will come

ask him to say this again in 2 years after Waynes popularity died down and u KNOW he wont
say it..cuz by then he'll dickride the next rapper that blows up big.

waynes popularity aint dyin down bro..

boy been hot since true story.. other coast jus now givin him his credit... niggas down here been knew was a monster..

all these other artist.. saigon..papoose.. dont get no play in the south like that unless ya ass in college... n from out of state...

niggas cant relate to that bullshit...down here..

80s babies in the south got face.. and he was our pac

wayne is the nigga u love to hate...when he came out niggas was lovin him... he get bigger than he is ...niggas wanna change

90s babies in the south got wayne.. he is their pac..

wayne the only nigga still relevant in the south from the 90's that albums still sell..and can bring the south out in masses...

he got the best winning streak down here..

who else still puttin down and people break their necks to go get it..and he still got room to keep goin..


plus he dont need controversy to move units.... no matter what shit goin on ... didnt use it to move units...

ud think the photoshopped ass pic of him kissin baby woulda made em lose fans... jus like the niggas who saw pac dancin in leopard thongs and humpin suzy q blow up dolls...

did it..no..





god damn you faggot ass nigga get off his dick

Wayne kisses Baby and they've said a million times themselves you homo ass nigga

Wayne fans are mostly kids..nigga im 18 n about to be 19 and i dont listen to his garbage ass and neither does anyone i know except for a few songs

I fucked with Hot Boyz but this Wayne is all about "swag and weak punchlines".

lol Wayne is not even better than Luda let alone Best Rapper Alive or Best from the south right now..its just that in HipHop everybody follow things thats hot cuz they wanna fit in.

you just dickridin him cuz he from The South..of course people bumpin his music right now nigga are you dumb? its because HES HOT AT THE MOMENT!

ask people "DO U BUMP 50 CENTS MUSIC"?? they'll say "NAW THAT SHIT WACK/GARBAGE"...but 3-4 years ago EVERYBODY "Loved" G-Unit

like i said alot of people in Hip-Hop and the young muthafuckas out there dont have a mind or opinions of their own cuz they wanna fit in.

they live their live by followin everything that goes on in Hip-Hop..whatever Kanye, Dipset or whatever wear...they wear...whatever this rapper or that rapper says...they all say it.

Hip-Hop = Full of followers, no leaders..thats why the hiphop game is how it is now...GARBAGE

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #17 on: July 08, 2008, 10:08:54 AM »


lol and the same thing was said when 50 was popular...

people gotta realize....when you hot = dickridin ass niggaz will come

ask him to say this again in 2 years after Waynes popularity died down and u KNOW he wont
say it..cuz by then he'll dickride the next rapper that blows up big.

waynes popularity aint dyin down bro..

boy been hot since true story.. other coast jus now givin him his credit... niggas down here been knew was a monster..

all these other artist.. saigon..papoose.. dont get no play in the south like that unless ya ass in college... n from out of state...

niggas cant relate to that bullshit...down here..

80s babies in the south got face.. and he was our pac

wayne is the nigga u love to hate...when he came out niggas was lovin him... he get bigger than he is ...niggas wanna change

90s babies in the south got wayne.. he is their pac..

wayne the only nigga still relevant in the south from the 90's that albums still sell..and can bring the south out in masses...

he got the best winning streak down here..

who else still puttin down and people break their necks to go get it..and he still got room to keep goin..


plus he dont need controversy to move units.... no matter what shit goin on ... didnt use it to move units...

ud think the photoshopped ass pic of him kissin baby woulda made em lose fans... jus like the niggas who saw pac dancin in leopard thongs and humpin suzy q blow up dolls...

did it..no..





god damn you faggot ass nigga get off his dick

Wayne kisses Baby and they've said a million times themselves you homo ass nigga

Wayne fans are mostly kids..nigga im 18 n about to be 19 and i dont listen to his garbage ass and neither does anyone i know except for a few songs

I fucked with Hot Boyz but this Wayne is all about "swag and weak punchlines".

lol Wayne is not even better than Luda let alone Best Rapper Alive or Best from the south right now..its just that in HipHop everybody follow things thats hot cuz they wanna fit in.

you just dickridin him cuz he from The South..of course people bumpin his music right now nigga are you dumb? its because HES HOT AT THE MOMENT!

ask people "DO U BUMP 50 CENTS MUSIC"?? THEY'LL say "NAW THAT SHIT WACK/GARBAGE"...but 3-4 years ago EVERYBODY loved G-Unit

like i said alot of people in Hip-Hop and the young muthafuckas out there dont have a mind of their own and a opinion of their own cuz they wanna fit in.

they live they live by followin everything that goes on in Hip-Hop..weather Kanye, Dipset or whatever wear...they wear...whatever this rapper or that rapper says...they all say it.

Hip-Hop = Full of followers, no leaders..thats why the hiphop game is how it is now...GARBAGE



that pretty much sums it all up
 

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« Reply #18 on: July 08, 2008, 10:22:04 AM »


lol and the same thing was said when 50 was popular...

people gotta realize....when you hot = dickridin ass niggaz will come

ask him to say this again in 2 years after Waynes popularity died down and u KNOW he wont
say it..cuz by then he'll dickride the next rapper that blows up big.

waynes popularity aint dyin down bro..

boy been hot since true story.. other coast jus now givin him his credit... niggas down here been knew was a monster..

all these other artist.. saigon..papoose.. dont get no play in the south like that unless ya ass in college... n from out of state...

niggas cant relate to that bullshit...down here..

80s babies in the south got face.. and he was our pac

wayne is the nigga u love to hate...when he came out niggas was lovin him... he get bigger than he is ...niggas wanna change

90s babies in the south got wayne.. he is their pac..

wayne the only nigga still relevant in the south from the 90's that albums still sell..and can bring the south out in masses...

he got the best winning streak down here..

who else still puttin down and people break their necks to go get it..and he still got room to keep goin..


plus he dont need controversy to move units.... no matter what shit goin on ... didnt use it to move units...

ud think the photoshopped ass pic of him kissin baby woulda made em lose fans... jus like the niggas who saw pac dancin in leopard thongs and humpin suzy q blow up dolls...

did it..no..





god damn you faggot ass nigga get off his dick

Wayne kisses Baby and they've said a million times themselves you homo ass nigga

Wayne fans are mostly kids..nigga im 18 n about to be 19 and i dont listen to his garbage ass and neither does anyone i know except for a few songs

I fucked with Hot Boyz but this Wayne is all about "swag and weak punchlines".

lol Wayne is not even better than Luda let alone Best Rapper Alive or Best from the south right now..its just that in HipHop everybody follow things thats hot cuz they wanna fit in.

you just dickridin him cuz he from The South..of course people bumpin his music right now nigga are you dumb? its because HES HOT AT THE MOMENT!

ask people "DO U BUMP 50 CENTS MUSIC"?? THEY'LL say "NAW THAT SHIT WACK/GARBAGE"...but 3-4 years ago EVERYBODY loved G-Unit

like i said alot of people in Hip-Hop and the young muthafuckas out there dont have a mind of their own and a opinion of their own cuz they wanna fit in.

they live they live by followin everything that goes on in Hip-Hop..weather Kanye, Dipset or whatever wear...they wear...whatever this rapper or that rapper says...they all say it.

Hip-Hop = Full of followers, no leaders..thats why the hiphop game is how it is now...GARBAGE



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« Reply #19 on: July 08, 2008, 12:42:19 PM »
I was actually shocked that Wayne sold a million plus......everyone I know who was a Lil Wayne fan refused to buy the album cause of how retarded he has become, so I figured his popularity had to have been dieing down, everywhere I went people talked shit about lil wayne and how bad he has become...O well guess you can never be to sure....a writer and performer? Have you heard the tracks he has done lately? The dude doesn't even rap anymore, he just mumbles a bunch of bullshit. Every time I hear a millie its the most annoying thing in the world cause he raps for like the first 12 bars and then talks all retarded....my watch sick, my glock sick blah blah blah shut the fuck up. It was even more pathetic on Love in this club remix, dude needs to lay off the drugs.
 

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« Reply #20 on: July 08, 2008, 12:48:54 PM »
when will mutha fuckas just let rappers be themselves. im fuckin tired of people comparin every fuckin rapper to pac or biggie. let these dudes do them.  no matter what bullshit comes outta theyre mouths("best rapper alive"lol)
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #22 on: July 08, 2008, 07:24:53 PM »
I agree with maybe the work ethic part... absolutely nothing else
 

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« Reply #23 on: July 08, 2008, 08:03:42 PM »
The two are so different they can't be compared.
 

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« Reply #24 on: July 08, 2008, 08:08:53 PM »
sad


where's Weezys acting skills?  where's his black panther background?  WHERE'S THE NIGGA'S ARTICULATE SIDE?

dude doesn't speak on HALF the shit pac speaks on
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