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Lil Wayne Releases A 7-Track EP Titled “What’s A Goon To A Goblin?”

Lil Wayne Releases 7 Track EP Titled Whats A Goon To A Goblin

Similar to the Thief In The Night EP yesterday, Lil Wayne has released another 7-track EP on streaming platforms called What’s A Goon To A Goblin?.

There is no new music on this project as it includes 7 older Weezy songs from his past albums: “Funeral“, “Darkside“, “Fireman“, “Nightmares Of The Bottom“, “6 Foot 7 Foot” featuring Cory Gunz, “Steady Mobbin” featuring Gucci Mane, and “Bastard (Satan’s Kid)“.

You can stream Tunechi‘s What’s A Goon To A Goblin? extended play after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Releases A 6-Song EP Called “Thief In The Night”

Lil Wayne Releases A 6 Song EP Called Thief In The Night

After first hearing about this a few days ago, Lil Wayne has released a 6-song EP on streaming services titled Thief In The Night.

Unfortunately, there is no new music on this EP as it consists of 6 older Weezy songs that have already been released on his past albums over the years: “Mona Lisa” featuring Kendrick Lamar, “So Special” featuring John Legend, “She Will” featuring Drake, “I’m Single“, “Pussy Monster“, and “Demon“.

You can stream Thief In The Night below. Currently, there has been no announcement about why Tunechi and his team decided to drop this EP, but I will update this post when there is one. Why do you think this project has been released? I also believe we can be expecting another one of these EPs tomorrow too!

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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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Lil Wayne Re-Releases “No Ceilings” Mixtape On Streaming Platforms With New Version Of “Kobe Bryant”

Lil Wayne Re Releases No Ceilings Mixtape On Streaming Platforms With New Version Of Kobe Bryant

A year after first hearing about this, Lil Wayne has now added his classic No Ceilings mixtape, which is nearly 11-years-old, to all music streaming services.

Unfortunately, the following songs could not be cleared so they have been left off: “Ice Cream“, “D.O.A.“, “Poke Her Face“, “Run This Town“, “I Got No Ceilings“, “Pop That“, and “Sweet Dreams“.

For some strange reason, Drake is credited as a feature on “I’m Single” when he is not on it and Shanell is listed as a feature on “That’s All I Have” when it is Zipp. However, Weezy has made his new version of “Kobe Bryant available as the outro on this project as promised.

You can view the new artwork and stream Tunechi‘s No Ceilings tape after the jump below. No Ceilings 3 next!

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Lil Wayne Releases A 4-Track EP Called “Funeral Features”

Lil Wayne Releases A 4 Track EP Called Funeral Features

Just like the Skateboard Weezy, Weezy Workout and Weezy Flow EPs last month, Lil Wayne is back with another 4-track EP on streaming platforms called Funeral Features.

There is no new music on this project as it consists of 4 records from the deluxe edition of Funeral: “Help” featuring Tory Lanez, “Love You Fuck You” featuring Jessie Reyez, “Trust Nobody” featuring Adam Levine, and “Get Outta My Head” featuring XXXTentacion..

You can stream the Funeral Features extended play after the jump below! Is this your favorite playlist out of the four so far?

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