Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V is one of the most anticipated albums (despite not having any sort of timeline for its release). Though the New Orleans has hinted that new music is on the way, one has to wonder how many unreleased tracks he's stashed during his hiatus. According to Juelz Santana, he and Wayne worked on close to 20 records that never saw the light of day.

The Dipset front man sat down with Complex for an interview and talked about his comeback. He highlighted his past collaboration with Weezy. Santana said he lost a lot of music they made when he was arrested for weapons and drug charges in 2011. 

"When the police raided my studio, I had about 100 records," he said. "I had my hard drive back I had nothing. Shit was erased. I think I got a couple more records left for Wayne we didn't put out from that time but a lot of records were on that hard drive."

Santana said he lost his studio in the process. He said it was a "big blow" because his place served as a recording headquarters for a lot of artists. However, the Harlem emcee mentioned that "Wayne may still have the records" because they worked back and forth.

"He would send me his verse, I would send him my verse," he said.