Apologies are temporary patches in the case of Lil Wayne’s withheld album The Carter V, which Mannie Fresh spoke about during an interview with Montreality.
Young Thug must have some nerve. In fact, it may be the same nerve that Lil Wayne had when he was around the kooky Atlanta rapper’s age.
The status of Tha Carter V’s whereabouts is anybody’s guess at this point, but Lil Wayne has a good enough reason to put out music today.
Now that Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V has been fully visualized, it’s about time we hear some finished product.
Lil Wayne is the only guy at the mental hospital rocking a pair of Air Jordan Concords. But that’s not the insane part.
If YMCMB is an army, better yet a navy, their general, Lil Wayne, is back to assert his dominance. Last night the rap veteran debuted his new single, “Believe Me,” featuring Drake.
We spot Lil Wayne season just over the horizon. With the summer on the way and a pair of co-signs from legendary athletes Kobe Bryant and Floyd Mayweather, Jr. respectively, the YMCMB frontman announced the title of his upcoming single, “Believe Me,” featuring Drake.
Earlier this week, Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant posted artwork for Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V onto Instagram, which the rapper’s manager Cortez Bryant later discredited. But a brief visual that boxer Floyd Mayweather unveiled earlier this afternoon (April 30) infers that athletes could play a major part in marketing the MCs “final LP.”
News of Lil Wayne’s alleged last studio album is once again leaving anticipating fans with the troll face.
Veteran journalist Elliott Wilson made due of his time at SXSW by bringing his Myspace CRWN interview series with him. This time he invited Lil Wayne to sit on the hot seat to answer questions in front of a live crowd.
It’s most likely that Tha Carter V will be Lil Wayne’s last album–until the next one drops but for now, Tunechi is adamant that he’s retiring from solo releases unless he’s paid a copious amount of “young moola.” Baby.
Lil Wayne is really adamant about his Hip-Hop retirement plan, sort of. The YMCMB rapper is insisting that his forthcoming Tha Carter V project will be his last solo LP.
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