“I believe you stop when you die.”
Much like 2007-2008 as Lil Wayne was prepping for the release of The Carter III, the rapper has been working diligently to drop as much material as he can.
With time against Wayne, the Louisiana native only has but six days left before the rap star is forced out of the game to become an inmate of the state of New York where he is expected to serve, at most, a year behind bars.
Unwilling to let his circumstances deter him from his passion in music, Wayne recently dropped The Rebirth and is now working on The Carter IV, which is expected to hit the mainstream once Weezy is out of jail.
Jumping into what media outlet that will allow his presence, the rapper recently caught up with Rolling Stone Magazine to speak on his upcoming prison time.
“This is Lil Wayne going to jail. Nobody I can talk to can tell me what that’s like,” he says. “I just say I’m looking forward to it.
Although behind bars, no one should think for a second that the rapper will be momentarily done creating new material, according to Wayne.
“I’ll have an iPod, and I”ll make sure they keep sending me beats.”
Being dubbed by many as C4 to describe the explosive material that fans can look forward to, the fourth installment should find Wayne back in his truest form. With the rock experiment already out there and stating that he has retired his Styrofoam cup, who knows what the rapper has in store once his jail cell opens to set him free to the world again.