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Lil Wayne Re-Releases “Sorry 4 The Wait” Mixtape On Streaming Platforms With 4 New Songs

Lil Wayne Re-Releases Sorry 4 The Wait Mixtape On Streaming Platforms With 4 New Songs

A week ago, Lil Wayne announced he would be re-releasing his Sorry 4 The Wait mixtape to digital music streaming platforms after it was originally released on July 13th back in 2011.

Every song from the project has been cleared, which includes freestyles over beats from music artists such as Adele, Beyonce, Drake, Miguel, Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, Waka Flocka Flame, and more.

Tunechi has also added four new songs to the tape; one of them features Allan Cubas and another features Lil Tecca. You can stream Weezy‘s Sorry 4 The Wait mixtape below! Are you feeling the new tracks?

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Hit-Boy Wants To Produce A Full Album For Lil Wayne [Video]

Hit-Boy Wants To Produce A Full Album For Lil Wayne

Hit-Boy sat down with HotNewHipHop for their January cover story recently, which took place at Diane Rosenstein Gallery in Los Angeles, California.

After being asked about working with Lil Wayne on “Drop The World” and the newly-released “Sinister” from Cordae, the Cali producer mentioned he wants to produce a full album for Wayne.

“It’s dope. It’s especially dope for Cordae as a rapper who just came in and is respected on a rap level to go back and forth with Wayne on a song. That’s heavy. As far as me, I’m trying to do a Wayne album! One song is cool, but we’ve got a song that’s four times platinum, bro. Pull up. You know what I’m saying? Simple math.”

You can check out Hit-Boy make this statement in the video after the jump below! Would you like to see a solo Weezy project with nothing but Hit-Boy production?

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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 Bibby Reveals He Couldn’t Clear A Lil Wayne Sample For Juice WRLD’s “Fighting Demons” Album

Lil Bibby Reveals He Couldnt Clear A Lil Wayne Sample For Juice WRLD Fighting Demons Album

For the second anniversary of Juice WRLD‘s unfortunate death a few days ago, his record label Grade A Productions released his second posthumous album called Fighting Demons.

In an interview with Complex magazine, Grade A Productions founder Lil Bibby and Juice‘s manager Jideonwo revealed they tried to get a Lil Wayne sample cleared for the new project.

However, Bibby explained he was unable to clear a sample from Wayne‘s interview with Emmanuel Acho about mental health and it wasn’t Weezy or Acho who blocked this from happening, it was the studio who owns the content.

You can read what the two of them had to say about trying to include a Tunechi sample on Juice WRLD‘s Fighting Demons album after the jump below! Would you have liked to hear a WRLD song presumably about mental health with a Tune sample?

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Steve EQ The Great Recalls Recording Lil Wayne In 2005 & Reveals How “I Can’t Feel My Face” Leaked [Video]

Steve EQ The Great Recalls Recording Lil Wayne & Reveals How I Cant Feel My Face Leaked

A few months ago, Steven Vargas aka EQ The Great aka Steve The Engineer sat down with GRLA Hebrew and Tazadaq Sicarii to explain how he was done wrong by Juelz Santana.

Around the 1:45 mark of the clip below, Steve revealed how he first got started to become Juelz‘s recording engineer, which was back in 2005, and one of the first projects he worked on was I Can’t Feel My Face. He even recalled recording Lil Wayne in his brother’s closet in New Jersey.

The former Dipset engineer also spoke about why Juelz Santana and Wayne decided they wanted to release ICFMF as an album instead of a mixtape (money involved), as well as mentioned it was Santana‘s artist from Philadelphia, Jay Bezel, who leaked the project online by leaving a copy of the CD in a car!

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