Posted by , Oct 21, 2014 at 04:36am
"Tha Carter V" season is upon us.

While the promo tour for Tha Carter V has been a bit light as of late, it appears that Weezy F and YMCMB are indeed intending to drop the album next Tuesday, October 28th. According to reportsLil Wayne will be hosting a party this Sunday at the Jackson Brewery Bistro Bar in New Orleans, Louisiana, from 10:00PM to 4:00AM to commemorate the occasion. Tickets to the event are available online. Prices start at $80.00 and peak at $750.00 for VIP. The VIP purchase includes two bottles and entry for four attendees. 

At this point, we have yet to receive a confirmed tracklist for the album for the album. That being said, we do know a fair amount about the project otherwise.

Assuming the album drops next week, what kind of sales do you think Weezy could be looking at with this one? His last release, I Am Not A Human II, debuted at number one with 217,000 copies sold. Tha Carter IV, meanwhile, sold much more, debuting at number one with an astounding 964,000 copies sold just two years prior.

[via LilWayneHQ]

Lil Wayne Hosting A "Tha Carter V" Pre-Release Party In New Orleans

"Tha Carter V" season is upon us.


While the promo tour for Tha Carter V has been a bit light as of late, it appears that Weezy F and YMCMB are indeed intending to drop the album next Tuesday, October 28th. According to reportsLil Wayne will be hosting a party this Sunday at the Jackson Brewery Bistro Bar in New Orleans, Louisiana, from 10:00PM to 4:00AM to commemorate the occasion. Tickets to the event are available online. Prices start at $80.00 and peak at $750.00 for VIP. The VIP purchase includes two bottles and entry for four attendees. 

At this point, we have yet to receive a confirmed tracklist for the album for the album. That being said, we do know a fair amount about the project otherwise.

Assuming the album drops next week, what kind of sales do you think Weezy could be looking at with this one? His last release, I Am Not A Human II, debuted at number one with 217,000 copies sold. Tha Carter IV, meanwhile, sold much more, debuting at number one with an astounding 964,000 copies sold just two years prior.

[via LilWayneHQ]

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