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Lil Wayne To Re-Release His “Sorry 4 The Wait” Mixtape On Digital Streaming Platforms

Lil Wayne To Re-Release His Sorry 4 The Wait Mixtape On Digital Streaming Platforms

We first got word back in November that Lil Wayne was planning to re-release another one of his mixtapes to digital music streaming platforms, and now we know which tape it is.

Over ten years after the initial release on 13th July, 2011, Tunechi is going to be adding his Sorry 4 The Wait project to streaming services.

There is currently no exact release date for when this mixtape will be available on DSPs, but Weezy has said it will be out “soon” and shared a pre-save link here!

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Lil Wayne To Re-Release Another Older Mixtape On Streaming Platforms In January

Lil Wayne To Re-Release Another Older Mixtape On Streaming Platforms In January

Good news! Similar to No Ceilings, it looks like another one of Lil Wayne‘s older mixtapes will be receiving an official release on digital streaming platforms soon.

According to Mack Maine, there will be a re-release of a Weezy tape that will “probably” drop in January, but he did not say which one it will be. However, he did say that every song has been cleared on it, which was not the case with past projects like No Ceilings and FWA.

Which Tunechi mixtape do you think is making its way to streaming services in a couple of month’s time and what do you think this means for the release of I Am Not A Human Being 3? A few months ago, DJ Drama did reveal Tune and his team are working hard to try and get an official re-release for Dedication 2, so it could possibly be that one?

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DJ Drama Says They Are Looking To Add Lil Wayne’s “Dedication 2” Mixtape To Digital Streaming Services

DJ Drama Says They Are Looking To Add Lil Wayne Dedication 2 Mixtape To Digital Streaming Services

DJ Drama recently chopped it up with GQ magazine about his recent work on Tyler, The Creator’s Call Me If You Get Lost album and more.

During their interview, Drama spoke about how he always knew the Dedication mixtape series with Lil Wayne would be special and the impact the tapes had on the culture.

Also in the conversation, the Philadelphia DJ and record executive revealed they are looking to get Dedication 2 added to digital streaming platforms! How cool would that be?

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Lil Wayne Confirms “Dedication 6” With DJ Drama Is Coming, Talks Current Generation Of Rappers, “ColleGrove”, Samsung & More

Lil Wayne Confirms Dedication 6 With DJ Drama Is Coming, Talks Current Generation Of Rappers, ColleGrove, Samsung & More

Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz recently stopped by Shade 45 radio station in Atlanta to chop it up with DJ Drama and Sarah Vivan on their “Streetz Iz Watchin” show. Like Sarah pointed out at the beginning, this interview is rare because Mr. Carter doesn’t do radio anymore.

During their conversation, Weezy and Tity Boi spoke on their “TIDAL X: ColleGrove” show at The Tabernacle, sports, their ColleGrove project, why they named it what they did, hoping to release more songs that they recorded together which didn’t make the album, dropping projects with release dates and not digitally, and plenty more. Chainz even revealed why he did not join Young Money when Tunechi asked him to in 2007.

Tune also talked about hearing 2 Chainz‘ “Dedication” song that was dedicated to him for the first time, being from a generation of trying to be the best rapper, not liking this new culture we are in right now and is happy to not be a part of it, how he thinks the definition of “success” has changed, not remembering any of the Dedication mixtapes, why he created Young Money Sports, how he feels to see his Young Money artists succeed, the Samsung commercials he has starred in, and Jay Z still being a mentor to him.

You can listen to part 1 of the interview after the jump below. Part 2 will be released soon. Wayne also confirmed Dedication 6 with Drama is happening and they may release it as an album instead of a mixtape!

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Lil Wayne’s “How To Love” Single Goes Quadruple Platinum!

Lil Wayne How To Love Single Goes Quadruple Platinum

In January last year, we found out Lil Wayne‘s “How To Love” single went triple Platinum and now in January this year, the RIAA says the Detail-produced song has gone quadruple Platinum! This means that Tha Carter IV cut has been purchased over 4 million times since it was first released in May, 2011.

Click here to watch the music video for “How To Love” and here to read the lyrics. Congratulations to Weezy F Baby on another amazing achievement!

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