The Daily Grind Video

The countdown is on and Lil Wayne’s release is just around the corner! We are sure that his Young Money family Drake, Nicki Minaj and the rest of the crew have a HUGE party planned, but in the mean time, our minds are forced to wonder about what his arrival home should look like! Now listen, Lil Wayne is NO stranger to exotic cars, woman, crazy jewelry, great travel and so on. So what can the trend setter do on his first hours home that would totally change the game?

GO HYBRID – no this is not a fancy name for a new breed of women, we are referring to the car! Yes we know he has a Bugatti, Lambo, Rolls Royce and a Ferrari… so wheels mean a lot to the father of four so we are taking this responsibility very serious.  Imagine if a dope hybrid Lexus showed up at Riker’s with new rims, candy painted (yeah, he’s Southern), two tone interior, tints… Imagine, if one rapper, just one, rocked a Hybrid.  We could change the world!

Take a look at the GlobalGrind approved whips that will roll Lil Wayne off of Riker’s Island back to the top of the Hip Hop CHARTS!


Audi ($27,321-$30,890)

Sportyness, style, and fun to drive!

(via  Don’t hold your breath for a hybrid gas-electric vehicle from Audi. The company may produce one “to show people that we are able to do them,” according to Wolfgang Hatz, head of powertrains for the Volkswagen group. But Audi has announced and canceled the Q5 and Q7 hybrid—only to say they might make it happen after all. Time will tell.

On the other hand, you can depend on Audi to produce clean diesel vehicles. In October 2008, the company conducted a 4,800-mile American driving tour, known as the Audi Mileage Marathon, to promote the 2009 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI and its 2010 A3 2.0 TDI –both headed to dealerships in 2009. To read more…


Lexus HS 250h ($32,097-$34,631)

Fuel efficient yet still luxurious.

(via Never again let it be said that high-mileage hybrids are grim, joyless, or Spartan. The 2010 Lexus HS 250h sedan is the smallest and most economical car Lexus has ever built, but it’s unquestionably luxurious. Lexus has noted that more than 60 percent of luxury-car buyers would consider a hybrid if one were available. Well, now those buyers have a new option.

Official EPA mileage for the HS 250h is 35 mpg in the city and 34 on the highway. Lexus says the HS 250h qualify as a Super-Ultra-Low-Emission-Vehicle (SULEV). The new Lexus HS went on sale in August 2009. To read more…


Toyota Prius ($22,466-$27,454)

Not many cars get better mileage…

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