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'''''Tha Carter III''''' is the sixth [[studio album]] by American rapper [[Lil Wayne]], released June 10, 2008 on [[Cash Money Records]]. It follows a long string of mixtape releases and guest appearances on other hip hop and R&B artists records, helping to increase his exposure in the mainstream.<ref name="Jeffries2">{{cite web|last=Jeffries|first=David|title=Lil Wayne - Biography|url={{Allmusic|class=artist|id=p384397|pure_url=yes}}|publisher=[[Allmusic]]|year=2008|accessdate=2009-03-29}}</ref> The album's cover art features a baby picture of Wayne and is similar to covers of hip hop albums such as ''[[Illmatic]]'' (1994) and ''[[Ready to Die]]'' (1994).<ref>[http://24hourhiphop.com/hip+hop+Reviews/Lil+Wayne:+Tha+Carter+III/2774/ 24 Hour Hip Hop]. Retrieved July 3, 2008.</ref> Amid release delays and [[Internet leak|leaks]],<ref name="Jeffries2"/> ''Tha Carter III'' became one of the most anticipated releases of 2008.<ref name=newxxl>[http://www.xxlmag.com/online/?p=15523 Lil Wayne Announces Tha Carter III: The Leak on December 18, with Official LP Coming in February]. ''XXL'' (October 26, 2007). Retrieved October 26, 2007.</ref><ref>Jesús Triviño Alarcón, Matt Barone, Hillary Crosley, Thomas Golianopoulos, Brian Miller (January 30, 2007). [http://xxlmag.com/online/?p=7288 Remedy: The Top 10 Most Anticipated Albums of 2007]. ''XXL'' magazine. Retrieved January 30, 2007.</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rapbasement.com/lil-wayne/121008-lil-wayne-lands-at-number-3-in-rollingstones-top-50-albums-of-2008.html |title=Lil Wayne Grabs 3rd In Rollingstone's Top 50 Albums &#124; Lil Wayne |publisher=Rap Basement |date=December 10, 2008 |accessdate=December 31, 2009}}</ref>
 
'''''Tha Carter III''''' is the sixth [[studio album]] by American rapper [[Lil Wayne]], released June 10, 2008 on [[Cash Money Records]]. It follows a long string of mixtape releases and guest appearances on other hip hop and R&B artists records, helping to increase his exposure in the mainstream.<ref name="Jeffries2">{{cite web|last=Jeffries|first=David|title=Lil Wayne - Biography|url={{Allmusic|class=artist|id=p384397|pure_url=yes}}|publisher=[[Allmusic]]|year=2008|accessdate=2009-03-29}}</ref> The album's cover art features a baby picture of Wayne and is similar to covers of hip hop albums such as ''[[Illmatic]]'' (1994) and ''[[Ready to Die]]'' (1994).<ref>[http://24hourhiphop.com/hip+hop+Reviews/Lil+Wayne:+Tha+Carter+III/2774/ 24 Hour Hip Hop]. Retrieved July 3, 2008.</ref> Amid release delays and [[Internet leak|leaks]],<ref name="Jeffries2"/> ''Tha Carter III'' became one of the most anticipated releases of 2008.<ref name=newxxl>[http://www.xxlmag.com/online/?p=15523 Lil Wayne Announces Tha Carter III: The Leak on December 18, with Official LP Coming in February]. ''XXL'' (October 26, 2007). Retrieved October 26, 2007.</ref><ref>Jesús Triviño Alarcón, Matt Barone, Hillary Crosley, Thomas Golianopoulos, Brian Miller (January 30, 2007). [http://xxlmag.com/online/?p=7288 Remedy: The Top 10 Most Anticipated Albums of 2007]. ''XXL'' magazine. Retrieved January 30, 2007.</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rapbasement.com/lil-wayne/121008-lil-wayne-lands-at-number-3-in-rollingstones-top-50-albums-of-2008.html |title=Lil Wayne Grabs 3rd In Rollingstone's Top 50 Albums &#124; Lil Wayne |publisher=Rap Basement |date=December 10, 2008 |accessdate=December 31, 2009}}</ref>
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Dion said it was shit. "Didn't listen to it" - Dion, 2011
   
 
The album debuted at number one on the US [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]] chart, selling 1,005,545 copies in its first week. It reached sales of 2.88 million copies by the end of 2008 and produced four singles that achieved chart success, including the international hit "[[Lollipop (Lil Wayne song)|Lollipop]]" and ''[[Billboard charts|Billboard]]'' hits "[[A Milli]]", "[[Got Money]]", and "[[Mrs. Officer]]". Upon its release, ''Tha Carter III'' received general acclaim from music critics and earned Lil Wayne several accolades, including a [[Grammy Award for Best Rap Album]] at the [[51st Grammy Awards]]. It has been certified [[RIAA certification|triple-platinum]] by the [[Recording Industry Association of America]] and has sold 3.6 million copies in the United States.
 
The album debuted at number one on the US [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]] chart, selling 1,005,545 copies in its first week. It reached sales of 2.88 million copies by the end of 2008 and produced four singles that achieved chart success, including the international hit "[[Lollipop (Lil Wayne song)|Lollipop]]" and ''[[Billboard charts|Billboard]]'' hits "[[A Milli]]", "[[Got Money]]", and "[[Mrs. Officer]]". Upon its release, ''Tha Carter III'' received general acclaim from music critics and earned Lil Wayne several accolades, including a [[Grammy Award for Best Rap Album]] at the [[51st Grammy Awards]]. It has been certified [[RIAA certification|triple-platinum]] by the [[Recording Industry Association of America]] and has sold 3.6 million copies in the United States.
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