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Lil Wayne Releases Deluxe Edition Of His “Tha Carter V” Album

Lil Wayne Releases Deluxe Edition Of His Tha Carter V Album

As promised earlier this week, Lil Wayne has now released the deluxe edition of his Tha Carter V album.

This new project includes a total of 10 songs: 3 brand new tracks, 3 bonus tracks we have previously heard, and 4 tracks from the original C5 album. The new records are “More To The Story” featuring Raekwon, “Lost“, and “Siri” featuring 2 Chainz.

Only 4 songs from the 20 songs off the original CV project that leaked last year have made the deluxe version. They are “Life Of Mr. Carter” (this version is different than the previous leaked version), “Holy“, “Scottie“, and “F Him Good” (this was titled “Form Good” in the leak).

You can stream the Wayne‘s Tha Carter 5 deluxe edition after the jump below! Are you happy a few of the original C5 tracks are now available on streaming platforms?

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The Original Version Of Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album To Be Released Officially This Friday [Video]

The Original Version Of Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album To Be Released Officially This Friday

To celebrate Lil Wayne‘s 38th birthday and the 2-year anniversary of Tha Carter V, the original version of C5 will be released this Friday (September 25th) as a deluxe edition.

While presenting Tunechi with a 2020 McLaren 720S for an early birthday gift, Mack Maine revealed this news in the car as “Life Of Mr. Carter” played in the background.

However, we can hear one line on “Life Of Mr. Carter” that seems to have been changed (“Or to propose and get I don’t know… I don’t know” to “Or to break hearts and get your heart broken, I don’t know”), so I’m not too sure if there will be many changes from the actual OG version which leaked.

Are you happy with this news? I’m buzzing one of my favorite ever Weezy songs in “Scottie Pippen” aka “Scottie” is getting an official release!

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Lil Wayne – Start This Shit Off Right (Feat Mannie Fresh & Christina Milian) [Original Version]

Lil Wayne Start This Shit Off Right Feat Mannie Fresh & Christina Milian

Similar to how he debuted a new Lil Wayne song that samples Alicia Keys last week, Mannie Fresh has also played the full version of the original “Start This Shit Off Right” on Instagram Live.

We have all heard this track featuring Mack Maine and Ashanti on Tha Carter V, but the original version actually features Fresh (who also produced it) on the hook, Christina Milian vocals, and different Weezy lyrics.

You can listen to Mannie Fresh play the original version of “Start This Shit Off Right” after the jump below. The CDQ version will appear on Mannie and Tunechi‘s upcoming Tha Carter/Fresh Files project, which currently has no release date!

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Mannie Fresh Debuts A New Lil Wayne Song That Samples Alicia Keys From The Original Version Of Tha Carter V

Mannie Fresh Debuts A New Lil Wayne Song That Samples Alicia Keys From The Original Version Of Tha Carter V

Mannie Fresh played an unreleased Lil Wayne song last night during his “Virus Killaz” Instagram Live streaming session that was recorded for the original version of Tha Carter V.

The currently untitled track, which you can listen to after the jump below, was produced by Mannie himself and samples Alicia Keys‘ “Un-thinkable (I’m Ready)“.

What are your thoughts on the record? The CDQ version will appear on Wayne and Mannie‘s upcoming Tha Carter/Fresh Files project, due to be released soon!

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2 Chainz Reveals He Was Almost On Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer” & “Steady Mobbin” Singles [Video]

2 Chainz Talks Being Around Young Money + Reveals He Was Almost On Lil Wayne Mrs Officer & Steady Mobbin Singles

2 Chainz and his roster of artists from his The Real University (T.R.U.) record label recently appeared on Genius’ “For The Record” series to chop it up with Rob Markman.

Around the 8:45 mark of their conversation, Tity Boi revealed he learned about “patience” the most while being around Young Money Entertainment for a very long time.

He also mentioned that he was originally on a few Lil Wayne songs that people don’t know about, such as “Mrs. Officer” and “Steady Mobbin’“. Check it all out below!

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