Most 15-30 year olds have an mp3 player these days, right ? Walk along Venice Beach in California, 34th Street in Manhattan or even Oxford Street in London and I can guarantee that you will not miss someone within that age group with a set of earphones in their ears. Chances are, they are most probably listening to an mp3 player.
Technology is advancing at such a rapid pace that most of us cannot keep up with it. Broadband internet has made it easier, and quicker, to go online. What does this mean for avid music fans ? They can listen to music without interruptions that are common with a dial-up connection, and also stream videos without worrying about breaking images.
With the advent of high-speed internet comes a surge in the popularity of mp3 music. It is now easier to obtain music from the internet. Sales of mp3 players have been astronomical, with Apple’s iPod being a top-seller & a must-have accessory for young Americans.
50 Cent’s emergence in mainstream hip-hop in 2003, and his subsequent rise in popularity worldwide created an increase in the demand for his mp3’s online. Not only are there numerous searches for Curtis Jackson’s (50 Cent) mp3’s, but also Lil Wayne’s.
Born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr in New Orleans, LA, in 1982, this young rapper and entrepreneur has steadily been garnering respect amongst his peers. Having just released his latest album in December 2005 entitled Tha Carter II to much critical acclaim, and selling over 238,000 copies it’s first week, Lil Wayne has seen an even further increase in his popularity. His mp3’s are in huge demand and can be found on virtually every mp3 site. Lil Wayne Mp3’s can be downloaded (for free in some cases) and instantly transferred to an mp3 player such as an iPod.
Lil Wayne Mp3’s are available for all his albums, namely; Tha Block Is Hot, Lights Out, 500 Degreez, Tha Carter and Tha Carter II. Fast internet connections make Lil Wayne Mp3’s readily available for mp3 addicts who search in droves on a daily basis online.
Source by Nkeno Kapya