The album, Wayne's 5th in the 'Carter' series is coming after years of uncertainties following a dispute between him and his adopted father and Cash Money Boss, Birdman.
American Rapper and Young Money Entertainment Boss, Lil Wayne, has officially confirmed that his most anticipated album project, ‘Carter V’, will be out on Thursday, September 27, the day he turns 35 years old.
There had been lots of speculations among fans about the actual release date, with some who thought the album would drop earlier on September 21.
The rapper cleared the air in a video he posted to his social media accounts late last night (September 25).
“I heard there was a misunderstanding about the release date of the C5,” he says in the clip. “I heard y’all got mixed up and thought it was gonna get release like last week or something.
“Well, I would like for you to know that since Y’all stuck with me and hung in there anyway for like the past four or five years through all of this but uh on my birthday, I actually have something special. I will be releasing Tha Carter V on my birthday.”
The album, Wayne’s 5th in the ‘Carter’ series is coming after years of uncertainties following a dispute between him and his adopted father and Cash Money Boss, Birdman.
They recently reached a settlement after a court awarded the rapper an undisclosed amount of money for all of his troubles.
Watch the video below.
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) September 25, 2018
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