Although Weezy gave his adoring public a new single "How to Love" last week,
This is certainly not the first time the highly anticipated album has been pushed back. With some reports stating that Wayne had been working on the fourth installment of his Carter series back in 2008, Young Money president Mack Maine once said that Wayne wanted to release his opus upon the day of his release from prison last year. Then, in March, on the first night of his I Am Still Music Tour, he announced that it would drop on May 16.
"It can come out tomorrow 'cause I'm so finished," Wayne told MTV News at the time. But in April, the date was again pushed back until June 21.
"He's still perfecting a few things, he's a perfectionist ... changing a few lines," Young Money president Mack Maine told us, hinting that they were waiting on some huge features to complete the album. "If you calculate all of that, by the time we would've finished mixing, we wouldn't have met the [original] due date to turn in the album."
Lil Wayne isn't alone in the pushback department either. DJ Khaled's fifth album and major label debut We The Best Forever (a collaborative effort between his We The Best Music Group imprint and Cash Money) was slated for a June 28 release but will instead see the light of day on July 19.
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