If it is difficult to express it, put it in a song. That seems to be Lil Wayne’s sentiment when he put his anger and frustration on his latest mixtape “Sorry 4 the Wait 2.” He is currently reported trying to get out of his contract in Cash Money Records. Read on for further details.
The project reached conclusion on Tuesday night, Jan. 20, 2015, to compensate the wait for the delayed release of album “Tha Carter V.” Days before the album’s release in December 2014, Wayne tweeted to let his fans know that the reason for the cancelled release is Cash Money. The label refused to release the album.
To all my fans, I want u to know that my album won't and hasn't been released bekuz Baby & Cash Money Rec. refuse to release it.
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) December 4, 2014
Wayne finished every track in “Sorry 4 the Wait 2” that mostly claim he is the reason for the success of Cash Money and wants to receive proper payment.
“Coco” is the opening track of the mixtape and perhaps the most intense. Its lyrics are all about Wayne’s message about his fall out with long-term friend Brian “Birdman” Williams.
“I’m sorry for the wait…Tha Carter gon’ be late so I cooked up a tape. The garden’s full of snakes so I had to escape,” Wayne raps.
Wayne claimed total responsibility for the success of Cash Money after the label’s talents such as producer Mannie Fresh, Turk and Juvenile left several years past.
Some of Wayne’s lyrics get personal with Birdman: “Birdman Jr? More like Ugly Duckling.”
The rapper from New Orleans emphasizes on the track “Sh!t (remix)” that he is feeling like a prisoner, much like his tweets in December 2014. He claimed that he has done his part in Cash Money and reiterated that he “ain’t free.”
On “Trap House,” the worldwide sensation declared he is among the greatest. He claimed he is greater than Elvis Presley.
Some of the other tracks in “Sorry 4 the Wait 2” are “Hot Nigga” and “U Guessed It.” All of the songs revolve around Wayne’s issues with Cash Money and Birdman and egocentric claims about his talent.
It is convenient to know you can read Wayne’s mind through his songs.
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