Never before in the history of hip-hop music (and please feel free to correct me if I am wrong), has there been a buzz surrounding the release of an artist’s new mixtape, which was set to precede the official release of that same artist’s highly-anticipated sixth studio album. Am I right? Good, let’s move forward. On May 13, Lil’ Wayne will drop the third installment of his Carter album series; before that happens, however, he will hook up with The Empire one last time to release The Drought is Over 5: Grand Closing (and just like that… the buzz continues). The 19-track mixtape will feature seven never-before-heard songs from Weezy, including today’s featured joint, I. And people still think Pac has the biggest unheard catalog of music…
Written by DJ Z on 03/24/08
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