Released via Young Money/Universal, not Cash Money
With all of the drama between Lil Wayne and Birdman going down in the past six months, it's pretty clear that Baby and his Cash Money label are the ones impeding the release of Carter V, as Weezy has seemed eager to release it from the jump. For all we know, he's still technically on Cash Money, but an enterprising individual on Twitter recently noticed that "Glory" (a TIDAL exclusive) is listed as a Young Money/Universal release. Wayne's page on the streaming service used to list him as strictly a Cash Money artist, so this could be indicative of a label switch.
As Weezy tells it, Cash Money's stifling his creativity and not allowing him to have full control over his work, so if the Free Weezy Album drops without the label's name attached to it, we'll consider it a success.