The wait is finally over! Lil Wayne releases his highly anticipated album just in time to get the holiday started off proper. The back and forth between Weezy and Cash Money has culminated in a surprise release of his Free Weezy Album on TIDAL. Less than a month ago Wayne announced that he had signed a deal with Jay-Z. Well, that deal was actually a negotiation that made Wayne the newest co-owner of TIDAL
Today via TIDAL you can now stream the 15-track album that features Jeezy, Cory Gunz, Wiz Khalifa, Junior Reid, and more. For those who have been on the fence about joining the TIDAL wave, today is the perfect time for you to take advantage of the free trial. So far we have only had the opportunity to hear “Glory,” which I believe was Weezy setting the bar for this album. It can only get better from there, so listen to FWA and be sure to give us your feedback.
Before you get your fireworks popping tonight, get your party jumping now with Wayne’s Free WeezyAlbum.
As we continue to patiently wait for Weezy’s album to release we have seen a lot unfold between Wayne and Birdman. Oh and we can’t forget the supporting actors like Young Thug during this Hip Hop drama. Since the debacle of Cash Money, there has been lawsuits, copycat albums, and even a shot up tour bus. When will it all stop? When will we finally get to hear Wayne’s new album that has since been retitled, Freezy Weezy???
Well, last night Lil Wayne took the stage at the Bay Area’s KMEL Summer Jam and announced, “I just signed a deal with my motherf**king idol, Jay Z”. The audience went crazy, but it left me and other Hip Hop heads with even more questions. Like, could he be referring to Jay Z‘s streaming service TIDAL, or did he actually sign with Roc Nation? All of these are valid questions, especially with Wayne still being singed to Cash Money. I guess only time will tell.
Check out the snippet of Lil Wayne making his announcement below.
UPDATE: Lil Wayne wasn’t referring to his signing on the dotted line with Jay Z regarding a record deal, but rather a deal with TIDAL that he signed earlier this month, making him the newest co-owner of the recently relaunched streaming service.