Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne has kept his word on putting out the long-awaited Dedication 4 mixtape by releasing it on Labor Day via live stream and download options.
The project officially became available Monday (September 3) afternoon.
Lil Wayne has officially released the fourth installment in his popular Dedication mixtape series, Dedication 4, for free. After DJ Drama announced that he would be teaming up with Lil Wayne for another Dedication mixtape, fans have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Dedication 4 project. The details on the project have been rather sparse, and Weezy has only released one single in the 2 Chainz and Drake ‘No Lie’ Freestyle Remix. DJ Drama also promised that fans would get everything they expect from Mixtape Weezy on the project, which has driven the hype for this project that much more. (The Versed)
The star-studded mixtape features guest spots from Birdman, Nicki Minaj, Young Jeezy and more music heavyweights.
1) So Dedicated featuring Birdman 2) Same D*mn Tune 3) Cashed Out 4) No Worries fearuring Detail 5) Mercy featuring Nicki Minaj 6) Burn 7) Amen featuring Boo 8) Get Smoked featuring Lil Mouse 9) My Homies Still rmx featuring Young Jeezy, Jae Millz & Gudda Gudda 10) Green Ranger featuring J. Cole 11) Dont Like 12) No Lie 13) Magic featuring Flo 14) Wish You Would 15) A Dedication (Dedication 4)
Prior to it dropping, Weezy F. Baby fed into its anticipation through his Twitter page.
“D4!!!!,” he tweeted Labor Day.
“D4 Dropping at 4pm! Thk u all for the luv!!!!!!!!” (Lil Wayne’s Twitter)
Last week, Wayne released a Dedication 4 trailer and explained the holdup.
“D4 is done, it’s right here,” Wayne said in a video. “But let me tell you how this is going down — y’all remember how when I used to do mixtapes – when I’m finished, I used to just drop them online, just free, [you could] grab them off line. … I finished but my man [manager] Cortez [Bryant] – he told me he don’t want me to do it that way this time. He said, ‘No, don’t let it out free. You’re not just giving them the songs. Don’t do that.’ He wanted Drama to properly set it up and all that, I don’t know, some business stuff, I don’t know that stuff, all I do is rap. So my part, my job is done, just letting y’all know, my job is done. We over here banging it, me and my n*ggas – they dropping it on the third, I think that’s Monday. So they’re dropping on Monday. I don’t want to give y’all any more dates because I’m done. I’m finished.” (Bread Over Bed)