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Tha Carter III's lead single, "Lollipop", peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, staying at the top for three weeks. It was Wayne's most successful solo single in his career, winning one Grammy Award, a BET Award, and an MTV VMA. The song was praised as an "electro-bumpin'...infectious track",[24] perceived as more of a "bubblegum" pop track than rap.[25] The second track on the album, "Mr. Carter", was nominated for a Grammy while also peaking within the Hot 100. Jay-Z's guest verse on the song was praised, which was seen as him passing the throne to Wayne.[26][27] The second single, "A Milli", was a top ten hit and was praised as one of the best songs of 2008.[28] The song garnered countless freestyles and remixes, while Wayne's original version was praised with "spectacular rhyme".[27] "Dr. Carter", the sixth track, was also praised for lyrical content and humor as Wayne took on the persona of a doctor performing surgery on various patients (a metaphor for Wayne resurrecting hip-hop[26]).[25] "Tie My Hands", featuring Robin Thicke, was praised as a deep track featuring "political commentary" and "despair" with Thicke's performance being the most complementary to Wayne.[24] "Phone Home" also features various alien metaphors reminiscent of the film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982).[24][25]




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In March 2011, producer Deezle (Darius Harrison) sued Wayne and his parent labels Cash Money Records over unpaid royalties from Tha Carter III album.[40] In May 2011, producer Bangladesh also filed a lawsuit against Weezy & Co. over unpaid royalties.[41] In early June 2011, another producer named David Kirkwood filed a lawsuit against Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records on claims that the labels have failed to pay him over $1.5 million in royalties and production services for his work on the album, also including his songwriting on "Love Me or Hate Me", a bonus song featured only on the deluxe edition of the album.[42] Also in June 2011, Dallas producers Play-N-Skillz filed a lawsuit against him claiming Wayne owed them at least $1 million in unpaid royalties for "Got Money" from Tha Carter III.[43]


Other reviews are average or mixed: Chase Hoffberger of The Austin Chronicle gave the album three stars out of five and said, "It's Wayne's personality that both floats and sinks TCIII."[61] Kilian Murphy of Hot Press also gave it a score of three out of five and stated, "Gifted MC loses the run of himself without Mannie Fresh."[62] Lewis P. of Sputnikmusic likewise gave it a score of three out of five and said the album "is scattershot, which oddly strengthens its faults, as if any lull in quality means that the next batch of producers can just reset the formula."[63] (However, nearly three years later, in 2011, Alex Robertson of the same website gave the album a score of four-and-a-half out of five and said it was "sort of a miracle: it's way too weird and confusing to be on the mainstream rap charts--to be that record that everyone knows about--but it is anyway. This album was in opposition to much of modern rap but somehow became popular and then proceeded to completely consume the genre and change its direction. [...] Tha Carter III is a contradictory, against-all-odds masterpiece, and Lil Wayne may never perfect this balance again. I sincerely question: will anyone?"[64]) Ajitpaul Manjat of Tiny Mix Tapes gave the album two-and-a-half stars out of five and stated that, "equipped with the stylish, but too-often substance-less Tha Carter III, Lil Wayne seems poised to flip the script on the "rapper racists" (radio stations, MTV) by evolving into the "biggest" rapper alive."[65]


Tha Carter III was ranked number one in Blender's list of the 33 best albums of 2008.[66] Christgau ranked its deluxe edition as the second best album of 2008.[67] The album was also ranked number three on Rolling Stone's list of the top 50 albums of 2008.[68] It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year,[69] and it won for Best Rap Album at the 2009 Grammy Awards, while "Lollipop" won for Best Rap Song and "A Milli" won for Best Rap Solo Performance.[70] Billboard magazine ranked the album number 103 on its list of the Top 200 Albums of the Decade.[71] In 2012, the album was ranked number 437 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time,[72] upgrading to number 208 in 2020 revised list.[73] In 2012 Complex named the album one of the classic albums of the last decade.[74]


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