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Lil Wayne to finally release ‘Sorry 4 The Wait’ on streaming services

Lil Wayne is finally releasing his 2011 album, Sorry 4 The Wait, on streaming services.

Unlike most of the albums in Wayne’s repertoire, it was released with almost no hype or anticipation. As the title of the project alludes to, Lil Wayne was in the process of sharing his ninth LP, The Carter IV, and Sorry 4 The Wait was an apology note to his fans for the delay.

The following month after its release, he finally shared The Carter IV and Sorry 4 The Wait has almost been written out of Wayne’s history.

Furthermore, the absence of the record from streaming services has also played a significant role in fans forgetting about its existence. However, the rapper has yet to announce when the project will arrive online.

On a different note, Weezy’s bodyguard is currently looking to press charges after he allegedly pulled a gun out on him. The situation is currently under investigation by the police.

Last month, the Los Angeles County Sherriff’s Department said that it had been claimed Wayne had “brandished a firearm during the altercation.” When the authorities finally arrived at the alleged crime scene, the rapper had already disappeared.

Meanwhile, Lil Wayne also appeared on The Weeknd’s new album, Dawn FM.