T HA C ARTER II (Released August 10, 2005) Critics hailed the artist’s follow-up effort for its hookless, free-style. From AllMusic to Entertainment Weekly , critics lined up to compliment the release as Carter’s best, noting his growth as a lyricist and the improvement in his flow. Collaborations “Lock and Load,” featuring Kurupt “Grown Man,” featuring Curren$y “Shooter,” featuring Robin Thicke “Weezy Baby,” featuring Nikki Jean “I’m a D-Boy,” featuring Birdman “Get Over,” featuring Nikki Jean L IKE F ATHER , L IKE S ON ( WITH B IRDMAN ) (Released October 31, 2006) Some refer to his Birdman collaboration as a mixtape, while others call it a full album. It offered 20 tracks on the Cash Money release, some which were leftovers from Tha Carter II. Most lists put the co-released album as a full album due to its production values, which included spoken-word pieces from Italian artist Thomas Marasciullo. Critics again hailed Carter’s work, especially his “ever-evolving sentence structure.”

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