Is Lil Wayne dropping a new album 2021?

Is Lil Wayne dropping a new album 2021?

NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2021 Today, multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning music mogul Lil Wayne is releasing the first part of Tha Carter IV visual album via Young Money Records/Republic Records/UMe as a part of the continued celebration of the 10th anniversary of the groundbreaking record.

Is Lil Wayne making a new album?

Young Money signee Mack Maine confirms that Lil Wayne has three new albums in the vault. Two of those are collaborative albums. In 2020, Weezy blessed fans with three projects with Funeral, Funeral Deluxe, and No Ceilings 3, all in one year.

Is Lil Wayne making the Carter 6?

The announcement comes a little over a month since Wayne confirmed there would be a sixth installment in Tha Carter series by telling Variety, “My favorite Carter album is the next one,” when asked which Carter album tops the list for him. Wayne reviving the Carter series is welcomed news for fans.

What’s the name of Lil Wayne’s new mixtape?

Lil Wayne Bringing ‘Sorry 4 The Wait’ Mixtape To Streaming In 2022.

Is Lil Wayne working on an album?

There’s a lot of music Wayne is working on.” Additionally, Wayne announced in March that a new compilation album with his Young Money imprint is in the works during an interview on Fox Sports Radio’s Up On Game. “We about to put the compilation together with all the artists together on one album,” Tunechi said.

How did Martin shkreli get the Carter 5?

Martin Shkreli Says He Bought Lil Wayne’s ‘Carter V’ Through “A Legal Sale” William Ketchum III. Shkreli told DJ Akademiks said an unnamed seller who he assumed was a hacker reached out to offer him the album. “I do have what I believe to be a two-CD, authentic, Carter V final product mixed down,” Shkreli said.

How many copies did lollipop sell?

In 2008, “Lollipop” was the best-selling ringtone in the United States with over 2.3 million copies sold and the second best-selling digital song with over 3.1 million copies. To date, “Lollipop” sold 4,176,000 digital copies in the United States.