Many veteran rappers have threatened retirement over the span of their careers, although few really follow through on that threat. Lil Wayne put himself in this camp, when he said during I Am Not A Human Being II promo that he would not be releasing another album after The Carter V. However, he did leave room for interpretation-- it's still possible The Carter V will be his last album, but it may not be his next album.

In a new interview with MTV News, Weezy F reveals potential plans for some big collaborative project in the YMCMB crew. When asked about what will happene between now and his last album, Wayne hinted at big things, "There should be a lot in between there. It's no time soon."

Some of these potential projects includes a new Big Tymers album, the duo consisting of Cash Money co-founder Birdman and producer Mannie Fresh. Although, to keep things current, they may throw Drake into the mix. "[There is] a possibility of a Big Tymers album—adding Drake. But that kid is busy; there's all kinds of possibilities," Weezy F said, emphasizing the fact that these are all possbilities.

Wayne also revealed another possibility is a follow-up to Birdman and Tunechi's Like Father, Like Son album.

That's about all the details we have right now on the possible Cash Money collaborative projects, so stay tuned.

Update: In a recent interview with MTV RapFix Live, Birdman revealed that Mannie Fresh will not be a part of the Big Tymers album. It will only consist of Lil Wayne, Birdman, and Drake. Along with that, Weezy confirms that he still has his love song album, Devol, coming out. Check out the interview from earlier today below. [Via] 

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