"Best rapper alive, since the best rapper retired" is a major claim. Wayne emerges from the mountain of mediocre mixtape shit-talking thug MCs to release one of the most anticipated albums in hiphop. None Higher catalogues over 30 of his bizarrely brilliant boasts, remixed by a long list of producers (Diplo, the Stylusts, Timbaland, Neptunes, DJ A-Trak).
Witty couplets about cars, money, drugs, power and more money burst forth in one- or two-minute tracks in a mind-boggling variety of ways. Weezy entertains more often than not with wonderfully over-enunciated lines that almost justify his self-hype. On the phenomenal Colors, Kardinal Offishall bigs up Toronto large and is the only one who steals the show when he enters Wayne's world.