Sorry 4 The Wait hits streaming platforms for the first time
Lil Wayne has released his critically acclaimed 2011 mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait on streaming platforms via Young Money Records/Republic Records.
In addition to the original 12 tracks, it boasts four new cuts. The lead single “Cameras” featuring Allan Cubas finds Weezy firing on all cylinders with extraterrestrial cadences and incendiary wordplay uplifted by a hypnotic hook. It also serves as a showcase for the talents of Cubas who represents the impending next era of Wayne’s legendary Young Money Entertainment with further details coming soon.
In 2011, Sorry 4 The Wait shook the culture upon arrival as an appetizer for the blockbuster Tha Carter IV. On the project, he notably reignited popular singles by Beyoncé, Adele, Miguel, Meek Mill, Drake, Waka Flocka Flame, Big Sean, and more.
The rapper is prepping more music for 2022.
The release comes on the heels of another incredibly prolific year from Lil Wayne. The music icon dropped the Tha Carter IV (Complete Edition) on streaming platforms in celebration of the critically acclaimed album’s tenth anniversary, as well as kicked off the Tha Carter IV visual album. Wayne also launched the specialty Tha Carter IV Topps trading cards – making him the first rapper to have his own trading card collection. He teamed up with rap star Rich The Kid on their blockbuster collaborative mixtape, Trust Fund Babies. Wayne closed out the year with Tha Carter Singles Collection 7” vinyl box set, which features 19 of Wayne’s biggest Tha Carter series hits on 45 for the first time ever.
- Cameras (feat. Allan Cubas)
- Lil Romeo
- Anti-Hero (feat. Lil Tecca)
- Bleu Snappin’
- Tunechi’s Back
- Tunechi Rollin’
- Throwed (feat. Gudda Gudda)
- One Big Room
- Tunechi’s Room
- Twist Made Me
- Grove Party (feat. Lil B)
- Hands Up (My Last)
- Sorry 4 The Wait
- YM Inkredible (feat. Thugga, Raw Dizzy, Flow, & T@)