Lil Wayne‘s 2011 mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait was initially released to tide fans over until his album Tha Carter IV. In the years since, it’s become a fan favorite thanks to Wayne’s utter conquering of music made famous by other artists — the songs of Drake, Meek Mill, Beyoncé, and even Adele weren’t safe from Wayne’s pen. Today, Sorry 4 Tha Wait is officially available on streaming services for the first time.
Today’s re-release comes with four new songs. The tracks aren’t leftovers from the mixtape, though, and all sound recently recorded. There are two features in the new songs: Lil Tecca channels Juice WRLD on “Anti Hero,” produced by Tay Keith, and recent Young Money signee Allan Cubas serves up raspy melodic bars on “Cameras.” Yung Bleu produces last of the four tracks, “Bleu Snappin.” If it’s a pure nostalgia trip you’re after, Wayne still sounds stunning on Sorry 4 The Wait’s original tracks, even if they’ve had to change up all the titles (I assume for copyright reasons). Stream it beneath.
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