Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Lil Wayne making Retirement Plans, "Tha Carter IV" may be Final Album

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Earlier in his career, Lil Wayne dreamed of holding his current position in the rap game. Three years ago, Lil Wayne was officially the top rapper in the game. Upon reaching the top of the mountain, he began discussing his retirement. In 2009, Lil Wayne said he would not become an "old man rapper" and said he would retire at 34.

Following this statement, Lil Wayne went on to release three highly-successful albums. With three successful albums released within a year of each other, Lil Wayne made his comeback, still focused on retirement. Despite releasing a major hit with "6 Foot 7 Foot," Wayne reaffirmed his retirement statement.

Lil Wayne again said he had no intentions of rapping well into his old age. Instead, the Cash Money rapper said he would likely retire around the age of 35. Recently, Lil Wayne opened up about his retirement plans, once again. However, this time, Wayne spoke of retirement as if it were only right around the corner.

Currently, Lil Wayne is preparing to release Tha Carter IV, which Wayne said could likely be his final album. Not only does Lil Wayne want to retire at a young age, he also wants to retire on top of his game and said Tha Carter IV may be his final album. Lil Wayne said he wants to retire on top and his best chance to do this would be right after this release. When asked what would lead to his retirement, Wayne said it would be wanting to spend more time with his children.

Lil Wayne said expect him to retire somewhere between the age of 30 and 32.


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