Lil Wayne didn’t let fans wait too long for his latest resurfaced mixtape. After teasing fans on Sunday (Jan 9), Weezy fulfilled his promise and delivers his 2011 mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait to all DSPs with an additional four songs.
Weezy enlisted the help of Allan Cubas on “Cameras” and Lil Tecca on “Anti-Hero” and rides solo for the last two additions of “Lil Romeo” and “Bleu Snappin.” Wayne linking up with the new generation comes just after he collaborated with Cordae for his single “Sinister.” Although the production and samples of the original tracks are unchanged, the majority of their names have been altered for an unknown reason.
With the addition of Sorry 4 The Wait on streaming services, fans can relisten to their favorite tracks once again while new fans have a completely new project to hear in an accessible way. This is the third mixtape Wayne added onto DSPs in the last year, and according to his manager Mack Maine, more is expected to come in the near future.
If you haven’t already, listen to ‘Sorry 4 the Wait’ by Lil Wayne below!
Lil Wayne doesn’t want to keep fans waiting, plans to bring mixtape ‘Sorry 4 The Wait’ to DSPs
Lil Wayne is so well revered for his iconic mixtape run in the mid-2000s that most Weezy fans still gravitate toward his early work to this day.
After many years available on mixtape sharing sites, the Young Money millionaire is finally working on getting one of his most celebrated tapes on streaming platforms. The prolific rapper announced that 2011’s Sorry 4 the Wait will soon be on all DSPs on Sunday (Jan. 9).
The announcement comes with a short teaser trailer posted on his Instagram. In the post, his remix of Gunplay’s “Rollin” is played over an animated clip of the cover art as well as Wayne’s face. Unfortunately, Wayne didn’t reveal a release date in the post, but did share the project’s pre-save link as an inkling to a swift drop.
Mixtapes like Deadication and No Ceilings series showed that, no matter the production, Wayne could flow and kill a beat and Sorry 4 The Wait is no exception. The original mixtape was made in response to the numerous delays with his latest album at the time Tha Carter IV. The project featured Wayne remixing songs by Drake, Miguel, Beyonce, Adele and was a massive success amongst fans while they eagerly awaited his next classic.
This would be his third mixtape re-released on streaming after 2009’s No Ceilings and 2015’s Free Weezy Album. Sorry 4 the Wait will be on streaming platforms soon but until then, with how Wayne’s been xintingung his stellar 2021 into the new year, his next verse unhinged is sure to be around the corner.
Check out Lil Wayne’s latest with Cordae below!