His impact was mostly from the 00’s when he was one of the hottest in the game. Wayne shouldn’t be in this tournament to be honest. Nas this decade>>Wayne this decade.I'd say that within Hip Hop Pusha T is better.
But overall (top 40) the answer is Lil Wayne.
Are we voting for who's the Hip Hop artist of the decade, or who is the Artist of the decade?
Since Beyonce and Rihanna are included we're obviously talking about overall artist. Wayne made a much bigger impact on the overall music scene.
In fact, I'd be willing to bet that there are more people that have heard of Lil Wayne than vice versa.
I'm voting for Weezy
Wayne went to court and won lol he made, created and owns young money.....The very definition of 1 hot album every ten year average. Before C5 his last decent album was C3 ten years earlier lol.
Wayne’s crew? You mean Birdman’s crew. Wayne was just the figurehead with no real power.
He sold more that’s it. Most of Wayne’s impact was based on shit he did in the mid to late 00’s that don’t qualify for the 2010’s.
Because he was crying about his album being released for 6 years and then made up with birdman like a hoe! And of course there was hype and anticipation for his album as Wayne is a high profile artist with a cult following. Also the carter series is what Wayne is known for which leads to more sales and intrigue lolHe has sold records and had the entire industry jumping when C5 dropped
His impact was mostly from the 00’s when he was one of the hottest in the game. Wayne shouldn’t be in this tournament to be honest. Nas this decade>>Wayne this decade.
Just think Ice Cube after 93 musically. That’s Wayne throughout the 2010’s. If we’re talking about the 00’s then Wayne smokes Pusha.Honestly I don't listen to either one of them, but Wayne is on my radar moreso than Pusha T.
Wayne had a buzz when he wasn't releasing anything. There was anticipation for Carter V.
And according to discogs, Wayne released far more material that Pusha T. Whether or not it was any good is subjective. But Wayne >>>Pusha T in terms of quantity.