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Lil Wayne To Release "Free Weezy Album"

Lil Wayne To Release "Free Weezy Album"

Lil Wayne says a free collection is nearing soon, announces that its "Free Weezy season."

Notwithstanding the continuous pressure between Lil Wayne and his name Cash Money Records, the rapper has decided to discharge a free extend to fans. The Young Money lyricist took to Twitter early today (February 5) to impart the news of the free collection.

From Wayne's arrangement of tweets, it was uncovered that the undertaking will be titled the Free Weezy Album and will be discharged "soon."

"The Free Weezy Album...komin soon#fwa…  Free collection. Free Weezy season. The Free Weezy Album. #fwa," Lil Wayne said in two different tweets.

As to the becoming adventure between Lil Wayne and Cash Money, Weezy is right now suing the name for $51 million. A month ago, the full 21-page claim between the two gatherings surfaced on the web. A parcel of the claim expresses the accompanying:

"In ahead of schedule December, 2014, Carter conveyed to Cash Money the sound recordings involving the second of the performance collections, entitled 'Tha Carter V', gave for by the 2012 Amendment. Albeit committed to pay Carter Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000.00) at the initiation of the recording of 'Tha Carter V' and Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00) upon conveyance of the collection, Cash Money ruptured the 1998 Recording Agreement as altered particularly by the 2012 Amendment, by neglecting to pay Carter the Eight Million Dollar ($8,000,000.00) installment upon beginning of the recording and paying Carter just Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00) throughout the span of the recording of 'Tha Carter V'

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