[artist id="510062"]Lil Wayne[/artist] has been the hardest working man in rap for the past two years and it looks like we'll have even more official offerings from him soon. Regardless of the [article id="1624434"]eight to 10 months of jail time[/article] he's expected to serve sometime in 2010, he seems to have more than enough music ready to keep fans happy in the meantime.
Already confirmed on Wayne's plate is the Young Money All-Stars album. That LP features Weezy as well his team of artists including Drake, Mack Maine, Nicky Minaj, Gudda Gudda and a slew of others. So far the single "Every Girl" has been released, as well as another record named "Bed Rock," featuring Lloyd. Another Young Money track, "Thinking of You," recently hit the Net, but there's been no word from Wayne's record company if that track is on the album.
Wayne has said that his plan is to possibly release the Young Money LP and his solo record Rebirth as a double LP sometime in December. Confirmed collaborators on the latter include producers Cool & Dre, with rumors abounding that Weezy placed a call to Avril Lavigne asking her to join him in the studio.
Then there is the continuation of his Tha Carter series. Tha Carter IV is in production, however, Wayne recently told U.K. radio host Tim Westwood there was no release date for that album as of yet, but he wants to make sure the project gets special attention. Production team Da Bizness (Young Money's "Every Girl") just finished up some tracks.
Wayne should be dropping his No Ceilings mixtape any day now.