Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Lil Wayne finally completes "Tha Carter IV"

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Nearly three years of delays are finally over, according to Lil Wayne. Only months after Tha Carter III, Lil Wayne announced his next album, which would become Rebirth. Wayne's original plan was to release two albums in 2009. These plans never came to life.

However, Lil Wayne did release two albums last year, while behind bars. While releasing two albums in the same year, both during his prison stint, the album people wanted still loomed. Upon being released, Lil Wayne immediately began promoting his long-awaited Tha Carter IV.

Late last year, Lil Wayne released "6 Foot 7 Foot," followed by his Rick Ross-assisted "John (If I Die Today)," eventually followed by his latest hit, "How to Love." Speaking on "How to Love," Wayne said he was inspired by Tupac Shakur when recording this song. The style is not what made Wayne record the song, instead it was him trying something new, like Pac with "Keep Ya Head Up."

Lil Wayne said his song, much like the Tupac classic is an ode to the women. Wayne feels many women do not know how to love and there are many deep reasons why.


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