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Lil Wayne's Record Is T.I. and Ne-Yo's Favorite Album of 2008

December 19, 2008 (4:52 am) GMT
T.I. and Ne-Yo share the same taste of music when it comes to their favorite album of the year, choosing Lil Wayne's 'Tha Carter III' out of other records.

and both pick up the same name, 's "", when asked what their favorite records of the year are. Beside T.I. and Ne-Yo, other singers admiring Wayne's work are of and Gregg Gillis a.k.a .

"I enjoyed Kanye's [West] album, even though that's not really a rap album, but I still enjoyed it. It's different. Of course Wayne's album," T.I. gave his comment. He also put , , and on his list when mentioning his favorite ones further.

On Ne-Yo's part, he states that Wayne has a fantastic year in 2008. "I don't think you can mention the year 2008 without mentioning Wayne," he said in regard of his choice. "Wayne has been dope for a really, really long time, and people are just starting to notice it. I knew Wayne was dope since the . He's been dope for a really long time, and it's cool to see him getting the recognition he deserves."

Apart from Wayne, and are also lucky enough to get noticed by Ne-Yo. "Jazmine Sullivan, newcomer to the game, did really big things this year. Katy Perry, another newcomer to the game, did really big things this year. There was a lot of really good music this year," he claimed.

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