By Hillary Crosley
"This guy really did make a lot of videos before heading to jail," said one fan Sycamore_Beats via Twitter.
But despite calling Rikers Island home, the MC is gearing up to release his I Am Not a Human Being project on September 27, his birthday. Once that drops, Wayne will fully focus on his next full-length LP, the über-anticipated Tha Carter IV, or C4 as it's been nicknamed. If everything goes off without a hitch, fans could purchase the album the actual day Weezy concludes his debt to society.
"We might just drop the album that day," Young Money President Mack Maine said recently about putting out C4 the day Weezy is scheduled to leave prison. "Just hope it don't leak out and drop it that day. I think it would be crazy, the anticipation."
Mack said Wayne is deeply involved in Tha Carter IV's song-selection process despite currently serving his yearlong sentence on Rikers Island.
As for the "I Am Not A Human Being" video, fans have already begun to weigh in.
"Ooo I like this Lil Wayne "I'm Not A Human Being" track, it's rock inspired," said Myself_Til.
Meanwhile, another fan decided that she liked something else more than Lil Wayne's rhymes.
"Listening to "I'm Not a Human Being" by Lil Wayne, not listening to the words but the beat is sick! I love when folks mix hip-hop and rock!" said KICKAZZ_CHAZ.
From his feature on Drake's "Miss Me" to videos that seem to spring up from nowhere, when Weezy hits the streets he'll literally be back like he never left.