Weezy Releases New, Apologetic Mixtape To Appease Ravenous Fans


A rapper of Lil Wayne’s stature has certainly earned the right to release music whenever he wants to, so it’s sort of refreshing and endearing that the title of his newest mixtape is geared toward apologizing to his eager fans. Released late last night, Sorry 4 The Wait borrows beats from Rick Ross’ MMG protegé Meek Mill, Beyoncé’s “Run The World (Girls),” newly signed white femcee Kreayshawn, Young Money/Cash Money compatriot Drake, and street anthem “Racks” by Atlanta rapper YC.

Pushed back for quite a while now since being released from his eight-month stint in the clink, Weezy F Baby’s next full LP, Tha Carter IV, is finally set to street on August 29th. For those of us who can’t wait for tunes any longer, the new mixtape can be downloaded here, and since a now-sober Weezy is trying his hand at hip-hop without being completely kablammed (and because his last few rock-inspired records didn’t do as well as 2008’s Tha Carter III), we should probably accept his apology and support the new movement. Give the 12-track tape a whirl, and let us know what you think!

Lil Wayne Drops Mixtape ‘Sorry 4 The Wait’ [Idolator]

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